Tonight: Mostly cloudy with periods of rain. Most locations will see less than 0.25" with a southwest wind between 3-6 mph. Low: 50.
Tuesday: Early morning showers, then decreasing afternoon clouds. High: 64. Northwest wind between 5-10 mph.
Tuesday Night: Mostly clear with areas of patchy fog. Low: 42. Winds: Light and variable.
Forecast By: Meteorologist Nick Merianos
A weak cold front will swing across the Twin Tiers tonight. This will provide some light showers to develop during the overnight. Any leftover shower will be quick to leave in the morning, but clouds will linger into a good portion of the day. Most locations will see less than a quarter of an inch of rain by sunrise. Tuesday afternoon will be dry, with decreasing clouds.
High pressure slides in on Wednesday and it will stick around for quite a few days, lasting into Saturday. There will not be much interesting weather during this time frame, with partly cloudy skies each day. Daytime high temperatures during this time frame will range in the mid to upper 60s.
Our next storm system arrives next weekend, which will provide us with another round of showers for Sunday and Monday.