This mostly quiet first week of fall rolls on with only very limited opportunities for any rain later in the week. A stray shower is possible Thursday evening, overnight, and perhaps an isolated shower early Friday. Even with that prolonged window for a few showers, rainfall amounts will mostly top out in the hundredths of an inch range. The upcoming weekend looks terrific, especially for the Bills game.

Pretty tranquil weather seems to last into next week. Overall, we’re getting into a milder weather pattern that could last into the first couple weeks of October. We may even flirt with record warmth next week.

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON: Partial Sun, Near Seasonable, High: 65-71, Wind: E 8-14 mph

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Partly Clear, Patchy River Valley Fog possible, Low: 43 valleys, 53 lakeshores, Wind: E 5-12 mph

THURSDAY: Partial Sun, Stray evening shower, High: 64-71, Wind: E 10-17 mph, A few more Showers develop overnight, Low: 55

FRIDAY: Partly Sunny, Isolated Shower, High: 73, Low: 55

SATURDAY: Early Inland Fog, Mostly Sunny, Quite Warm, High: 76, Low: 56

SUNDAY: Looks excellent for the Bills game, a Cloudless Sky often, Very Warm for this time of year, Near Calm Wind, High: 78, Low: 59

MONDAY: Mostly Sunny, High: 79, Low: 62

TUESDAY: Sunshine, High: 79, Low: 62

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