While some stubborn clouds may hang around into the late morning hours today, the bulk of the day will be rain free. That said, there will be a secondary, weak cold front that is currently expected to drop south across the Niagara Frontier into the afternoon that could spark a brief shower or thunderstorm later in the afternoon. Behind that front we will turn noticeably cooler for tonight into Sunday, though good conditions for outdoor plans will last into early next week.
The week will start off quiet with sunshine and seasonable temperatures in the lower to mid-70s. We will quickly rebound back into the 80s for Tuesday and Wednesday, with plenty of sunshine. During this time frame, the remnants of what is now Tropical Storm Cristobal over the Yucatan Peninsula may be able to work some tropical moisture into our region. This will likely bring rain to WNY late Wednesday and Thursday.
TODAY: Partly to Mostly Sunny and slightly cooler, chance for a few patches of brief afternoon showers/t’showers, Mainly Dry. Wind: W 6-12, High: 72-77.
TONIGHT: Spotty Evening Shower Tapers, Partly to Mostly Clear, Wind: NNW 5-10, Low: 50-55.
SUNDAY: Mainly Sunny, Comfortable, Cooler, Wind: NNW 5-10, High: 64-68, Low: 51.
MONDAY: Sunny, High: 74, Low: 58.
TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny, High: 85, Low: 70.
WEDNESDAY: Partly Sunny, Chance PM Scattered Showers or storms, High: 86, Low: 64.
THURSDAY: Partly Sunny, scattered showers and storms. High: 75, Low: 58.
FRIDAY: Partly cloudy, High: 73.