High pressure will bring us a largely dry, sunny, and warm weekend across WNY. There remains just a slight chance for a pop up shower near the PA line towards the Finger Lakes this afternoon. We may also find some patchy fog early this morning before a mostly sunny sky allows this to dissipate. Outside of some patchy valley fog Sunday morning, expect another round of generous sunshine with readings in the mid 80s with a bit of a breeze.
Temperatures continue to rise Monday into the mid and upper 80s. Much of the day looks dry and sunny, but clouds will likely increase as we approach Monday evening, with a stray storm possible, though overnight into Tuesday the chance for showers increases as a cold front moves into the area. Right now this front does not look very impressive, so we will likely still have some dry time and even sunshine Tuesday. A muggier pattern develops late next week, with high temperatures in the 80s feeling like 90s at times. We will likely see some pop-up showers and thunderstorms at times through the end of the week and next weekend.
TODAY: Mostly Sunny, Slight Chance of a PM Shower well Southeast of Buffalo, Wind: W 5-10, High: 78-83.
TONIGHT: Mostly Clear, Patchy Valley Fog overnight, Wind: SSW 4-8, Low: 56-64.
SUNDAY: Quite Warm, Mostly Sunny, Breezy, Becoming More Humid, Wind: SW 10-20, High: 79-85, Low: 69.
MONDAY: Very Warm, Mostly to Partly Sunny, High: 87, Chance of a shower at night, Low: 71.
TUESDAY: Mostly to Partly Cloudy, Few Showers and Thunderstorms early, High: 84, Low: 68.
WEDNESDAY: Mix of Clouds and Sunshine, High: 84, Low: 68.
THURSDAY: Warm, Mostly Sunny, a late Thunderstorm possible, High: 85, Low: 68.
FRIDAY: Partly cloudy, slight chance for a pop up Thunderstorm, High: 85, Low: 68.