We’re tacking on a few more degrees for another pleasantly warm day.
The sprawling fair weather system starts to shift more to our south over the next few days. This will set up a southerly breeze that will not only warm us up further, but also introduce some humidity into the picture for the weekend.
Generous sunshine will be filtered by some high clouds Friday, but they will block it out.
It should be partly sunny Saturday and as a very weak disturbance ripples through our fair weather system. There will be a chance of a few spotty afternoon showers south of Buffalo, but most spots will be rain free. Sunday will feature increasing clouds, and wind. It should be mainly rain free. One long-range computer model is trying to introduce a chance of a shower Sunday, yet another domestic model is keeping things entirely dry. There will be greater chance of a few showers developing Sunday night.
Rain showers, some possible heavy downpours are likely Monday. It is possible that some of the remnant moisture from what was tropical storm Imelda may become absorbed by the cold front that will pass through our area Monday. A brief temporary cool down will follow and then temperatures rebound during the remainder of next week.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON: Sunshine mixed with some High Clouds, Warmer, High: 74-79, Wind: S/SW 3-9, Low: 60
FRIDAY NIGHT: Mostly to Partly Clear, a bit more Muggy by morning, Low: 52 valleys, 62 Buffalo, Wind: Mostly Calm
SATURDAY: Mostly Sunny, Very Warm, More Humid, Slight Chance of an afternoon Shower South of the Metro, High: 77-83, Wind: Light S/SW 6-12, Low: 66.
SUNDAY: Limited Early Sun with Increasing Clouds for the Afternoon, Warm, Humid, High: 83. Chance of a few showers overnight, Low: 69
MONDAY: Showers, Some downpours, chance of a Thunderstorm, High: 72, Low: 56
TUESDAY: Cooler, Partial Sun, Chance of a Shower, High: 67, Low: 55
WEDNESDAY: Mostly Sunny, High: 75, Low: 63
THURSDAY: Partly Sunny, Chance of a shower, High: 76, Low: 62