Tonight: Muggy & mild. Showers and storms possible. Any storms could be severe. Low: 65
Thursday: 70% chance of scattered showers, possibly a few storms. High: 74
Thursday Night: Scattered showers likely. Low: 50
Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for ALL counties until 11 PM Wednesday
Another warm and humid evening and overnight period is expected. Scattered showers and possibly severe storms will develop through the evening. Any storms that develop could turn strong with damaging winds, large hail, and possibly even an isolated tornado. A chance of showers will remain tonight with lows around 65.
A cold front will work toward the Twin Tiers Thursday and showers are likely through the day. A few storms could develop, but the overall setup for storms will not be as favorable. Highs will be in the lower to middle 70s. It will turn cooler on Friday and I’ve introduced a 40% chance of showers. Highs may struggle to 60.
The weekend still looks mainly dry for now. One reliable weather model wants to bring a storm up the east coast and this would keep a chance of showers in the forecast Saturday and Sunday. For now, I’m electing to keep it dry. I’ll monitor this situation.
Sunday through Wednesday of next week looks tranquil and dry. Temperatures should get back into the 70s by Tuesday.