Warm and humid Tuesday; rain and storm chances increase into Wednesday

Today's Forecast

…LAKESHORE FLOOD WATCH goes into effect along the south shore of Lake Ontario from 11:00 pm Wednesday until 2:00 pm Thursday…

Skies are looking mainly clear overnight, with lows from the lower to mid-50s towards the valley to the low-60s in Buffalo. Some river valley fog may form around the Southern Tier tonight into Tuesday morning. 

There will be more sunshine to look forward to for Tuesday with just a chance of a thunderstorm south of Springville during the late afternoon and evening. It will feel very warm and humid, with daytime highs in the low to mid-80s across WNY.

There will be more frequent showers, and some thunderstorms later Tuesday night into Wednesday as a more significant cold front moves into WNY.  There could be some localized heavy downpours and gusty winds. In the wake of the cold front passing, refreshingly cooler air will usher in for late week. There may be a leftover rain shower early Thursday but the majority of Thursday afternoon and evening will remain dry. We will keep plenty of sunshine and drier weather around Friday and into the upcoming weekend!

TONIGHT: Mainly Clear, Calm, Patchy Valley Fog around the Southern Tier, Wind: Calm, Low: 52 valleys, 60 Buffalo.

TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny, Very Warm and Humid, Chance of a Thunderstorm south of Buffalo, High: 80-86, Wind: S/SW 3-9. 

TUESDAY NIGHT: Showers, thunderstorms along with heavy downpours develop after midnight, Low: 69.

WEDNESDAY: On and Off Showers and Thunderstorms for the morning. Chance of a few Showers or Thunderstorm during the afternoon, High: 80, Low: 64.

THURSDAY: Chance of a morning shower, Partly Sunny, High: 74, Low: 56.

FRIDAY: Mostly to Partly Sunny, High: 72, Low: 57.

SATURDAY: Mostly Sunny, High: 73, Low: 57.

SUNDAY: Sunny, High: 77, Low: 61.

MONDAY: Mostly Sunny, High: 80.

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