Sunshine back Monday, more Wednesday storms

A refreshing Canadian air mass takes up residence in our area for a few days.  Leftover clouds and fog well south of Buffalo will clear out early Monday.  Sunny days, and clear, cool nights will be the rule through Tuesday.  A series of weather fronts passing through the region Wednesday will trigger rounds of showers and thunderstorms.  There is a chance of some potent storms packing potentially strong damaging wind gusts along with heavy downpours.  Leftover showers will clear out early Thursday with some sun building back in during the day.  Get ready for a significant chance in the weather pattern late week as the hottest air of the season makes its way into the region.  Inland temperatures will most likely soar well into the 90s by the end of next weekend along with some humidity.  There are also indications that this is the beginning of an unseasonably warm period that may last for one to two weeks in early July before a mid-month downturn.

MONDAY: Few Early Clouds South, Turning Mostly Sunny, Comfortable, Wind: N 5-10, High: 69-74, Low: 53.

TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny, Warmer, High: 80, Low: 65.

WEDNESDAY: Thickening Clouds, Showers and Thunderstorms, Some Downpours, Breezy, High: 79, Low: 64.

THURSDAY: Morning Shower Possible, then Increasing Sunshine, High: 77, Low: 65.

FRIDAY: Mostly Sunny, Warmer, High: 84, Low: 70.

SATURDAY: Sunny, Warm and Humid, High: 89, Low: 72.

SUNDAY: Mostly Sunny, Hot and Humid, High: 90.

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