Surface high pressure will build into the region overnight, keeping conditions tranquil and bringing an end to the light scattered rain showers around the Southern Tier and Northern Pa. Partly cloudy to mainly clear skies, although there still may be some low-level moisture left to allow for the development of patchy fog near the Southern Tier and for areas east of Lake Ontario. Overnight lows will be cool, in the upper-30s and mid-40s.
Some sunshine in place through Monday afternoon and the weather pattern will stay mainly dry across western New York and Northern Pa. With the help of some sunshine and southwesterly winds, temperatures will climb to the 60s and may even approach 70 degrees for some spots. A cold front moves into the region Monday night into Tuesday, bringing more clouds. Tuesday will feature the chance for a few rain showers from northwest to southeast during the day. Rainfall amounts appear very minimal, on average around .10-.25″. After a mainly dry Wednesday, periods of soaking rain may develop Thursday into Thursday night. The system exits the region Friday with some drier, but cooler air returning for Saturday.
TONIGHT: Partly Cloudy to Mainly Clear overnight, Showers to the south taper late, Some areas of fog, Wind: SW 3-8, Low: 38-45
MONDAY: Partly Sunny, Isolated shower possible late day, Wind: W/SW 4-10, High: 60-70, Low: 45.
TUESDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Few showers mainly early, High: 58, Low: 39.
WEDNESDAY: Early Sun, Late Clouds, Rain enters late, High: 59, Low: 43.
THURSDAY: Scattered Showers, Few Downpours, High: 60, Low: 48.
FRIDAY: Few Early Showers, Mostly Cloudy, PM Clearing, High: 59, Low: 43.
SATURDAY: Partly Sunny, High: 57, Low: 45
SUNDAY: Partly Sunny to Mostly Cloudy, PM rain showers, High: 63