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A windy Father’s Day for the Southern Tier

Published: Jun. 18, 2022 at 5:02 PM EDT|Updated: Jun. 18, 2022 at 11:29 PM EDT
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SUNDAY: Bright and windy. High of 65 (61-68). Winds out of the northwest at 10-25 mph.

Father's Day still windy, but at least there will be plenty of sunshine.
Father's Day still windy, but at least there will be plenty of sunshine.(WBNG)

SUNDAY NIGHT: Clear skies with less wind. Low of 45 (39-46). Winds out of the northwest at 3-8 mph.

MONDAY: Mostly to partly sunny skies. High of 71 (67-73). Low of 51.

FORECAST DISCUSSION:

Winds pick up again for Father’s Day. The windy conditions should be very similar to what was observed on Saturday. The one major difference between the two days is going to be the amount of sunshine the Southern Tier sees on Sunday. That should help cancel out the breeze slightly. However, because of the cool flow out of the northwest, temperatures only warm into the 60s.

The forecast becomes more tricky as we move into Tuesday and Wednesday. A complex frontal system moves into the northeast bringing rain along with it. Models are having a tough time determining the timing and intensity of precipitation due to features that may form along the frontal boundaries. It may be another day or two before we can iron out some of the details.

On the other side of this frontal system, the forecast is looking drier than anything. Still a bit tough to tell because there could be some residual moisture and humidity that could cause a quick shower to pop up in the afternoon Thursday-Saturday.

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