Conditions become more unsettled for Tuesday and Wednesday
TONIGHT: Partly to mostly cloudy. Spot shower possible 20%. Low of 51 (47-53). Winds light.
TUESDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy. Isolated shower possible 20%. High of 78 (68-83). Winds out of the south at 5-12 mph.
TUESDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy with showers possible 30%. High of 58 (52-60). Winds out of the south at 3-8 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and storms 70%. High of 80. Low of 58.
Monday comes to a close with more pleasant weather this evening. After sunset, temperatures fall back down into the 50s rather quickly. Clouds start to thick after midnight. There is a slight chance for a passing shower as well.
The forecast still remains a tricky one for Tuesday. Both our temperatures and the amount of precipitation we see will all depend on how far west the warm front progresses into the Southern Tier. The latest model runs have moved the warm front closer to the I-81 corridor which would shift the heaviest axis of precipitation to our east. If this verifies, temperatures will be on the warmer side. There is still a good chance of a large temperature gradient from west to east as some locations reach the mid 80s while parts of Delaware and Otsego CO. struggle to hit 70 degrees.
There is higher confidence that the region will observe scattered showers and thunderstorms on Wednesday afternoon. Showers may linger overnight into Thursday before eventually tapering.
A warmer, drier stretch of weather is in the forecast for the start of next weekend.
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