Waking up this morning damp and dreary with some patchy fog, especially across the hills south of Buffalo. The radar has cleared up, with any leftover drizzle fading quickly. The rest of the day looks like a decent start to the weekend, with a partly to mostly cloudy sky and mainly rain free conditions. For any who do find a few stray raindrops, they should be short lived and barely measurable. Temperatures today will trend a bit cooler, in the upper 40s and low 50s, but with some sunshine breaking out, it will still be a pleasant afternoon. We should remain largely dry tonight, with just a passing sprinkle possible.
Sunday looks mostly dry with slightly more sunshine in the mix early. As the sun warms us up however, some isolated showers may pop up in the afternoon and evening. Most areas will be dry. Things look quiet Monday-Tuesday, with some milder readings. Rain showers Tuesday night into Wednesday will transition to snow showers later at night, especially across the higher terrain.
TODAY: More Clouds Than Sun, Slight Chance of an Isolated Sprinkle, otherwise Mainly Dry, High: 47-53, Wind: W 5-10 mph.
TONIGHT: Mostly Cloudy, Chance of an isolated sprinkle, Cool, Wind: SW 5-10, Low: 34-39.
SUNDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Mainly Dry, Isolated PM Shower possible, Milder, High: 51-58, Low: 39.
MONDAY: Partly Sunny, Milder, High: 60, Low: 40.
TUESDAY: Partly to Mostly Cloudy, mixed rain and snow showers arrive by the evening. High: 54, Low: 36.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy, Cooler, few mixed showers early in the AM. High: 45, Low: 31.
THURSDAY: Brisk Wind lets up later in the day, Clouds give way to Sun, High: 48, Low: 37.
FRIDAY: Partly to Mostly Sunny, High: 56, Low: 39.