A large sprawling area of high pressure will ensure a fair forecast to wrap up the week. There is just a slight chance of an isolated afternoon shower close to the Pennsylvania border today and south of Buffalo tomorrow afternoon, most spots will be rain-free. Lots of sunshine and temperatures will gradually rise into next week. A weak weather disturbance approaches the area Sunday but washes out upon entry into the region.
Pleasantly warm temperatures are expected during the days, with clear nights. Humidity becomes more evident to begin the weekend, but for the most part, the dry weather persists. There is just a slight chance of a shower Sunday with a lot of rain free time. Following avery warm Monday where highs are expected to reach 90°, an approaching cold front Tuesday, will produce more widespread showers, thunderstorms Tuesday afternoon.
THURSDAY NIGHT: Mostly Clear, Comfortable, Calm, Patchy Valley Fog, Low: 52 valleys, 63 metro
FRIDAY: Mostly to Partly Sunny, chance of an Afternoon Shower mainly south of Buffalo, High: 84, Low: 67
SATURDAY: Becoming More Humid, Partly Sunny, High: 84, Low: 69
SUNDAY: Warm, Humid, Partial Sun, Chance of a few Isolated Showers, High: 85, Low: 68.
MONDAY: Partly Sunny, Hot, Humid, High: 90, Low: 71.
TUESDAY: Hot, Humid, Partly Sunny, Late Afternoon Thunderstorms, some could be strong, High: 87, Low: 69
WEDNESDAY: Cloudy, a few Rain Showers, High: 77, Low: 68
THURSDAY: Partly Sunny, High: 84, Low: 69