A weak cold front will approach WNY from the north Monday. Humidity will rise a bit ahead of this front. The front will slow down just to our north, bringing the chance for a few spotty showers and an isolated thunderstorm, mainly to the northern counties Monday afternoon. There will be plenty of dry time with some sunshine as well so no need to cancel any outdoor plans!
Most of the wet weather will arrive Tuesday morning, as a disturbance moving along that front pushes mostly south of WNY. As a result, the bulk of the rain will likely impact Pennsylvania and our Southern Tier with some downpours, but showers and thunderstorms will be possible for all of WNY, especially early in the day. Most of this rain exits Tuesday night, with just a few stray leftover showers possible Wednesday. The rest of next week looks dry, mostly sunny, with increasingly warmer weather heading into next weekend.
MONDAY: Mix of Clouds and Sunshine, Becoming More Humid, Shower or Thunderstorm possible late, mainly north, Wind: SW 8-15, High: 78-83, Low: 67.
TUESDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Few Showers and Thunderstorms, Heaviest rain south, High: 77, Low: 60.
WEDNESDAY: Partly Cloudy, Isolated shower possible early, High: 77, Low: 59.
THURSDAY: Mostly Sunny, High: 75, Low: 58.
FRIDAY: Mostly to Partly Sunny, High: 78, Low: 61.
SATURDAY: Mostly Sunny, High: 81, Low: 65.
SUNDAY: Mostly Sunny, High: 83.