Sunday: Morning fog then plenty of sunshine. Warmer. High: 76-82. Winds near calm.
Sunday Night: Mostly clear and comfortable. Low: 55-62. Winds near calm.
Monday: Mostly sunny and hot. High: 85, Low: 59.
Forecast By: Meteorologist Nick Merianos
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High pressure will lead to lots of sun and warmer conditions for Sunday and Monday. Unsettled weather returns by mid-week as a cold front approaches the region from the west.
Patchy dense fog Sunday morning will give way to lots of sunshine. Sunday is hands down a much better day for outdoor plans than Saturday. Abundant sunshine, comfortable air and temperatures near 80 will make for ideal conditions for any holiday festivities.
Mostly clear skies will continue through Monday as high pressure remains in control. Monday will be hot, perhaps the hottest since early May. We are forecasting a high of 85 degrees and it has been since May 8 that Binghamton reached 85 degrees. In addition, Monday will be muggier with dew points approaching the mid 60s.
Showers and perhaps a rumble of thunder can be expected late Monday night and Tuesday as a weak frontal boundary moves through the Tiers. I expect a better chance of rain Tuesday night and Wednesday. Temperatures during this period will be on either side of 80 degrees.
A storm system will likely develop south of our area on Thursday and pass to our south. Although most of the area will remain dry on Thursday, we have included a chance of rain showers, especially for areas south of the NY/PA border. The end of the work week and part of next weekend look mainly dry with a mix of sun and clouds along with max temperatures near 80 degrees.