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It is a cool, comfortable, and quiet start to the day across the Twin Tiers. An area of low-pressure passing to the south of the area will lead to the potential for rain. Steady rain looks to overspread the area after midday. Although the bulk of the precipitation will be light, moderate to heavy rain pockets will be possible. Winds out of the northwest will be breezy at times with sustained winds of 5-15 mph. It will be cool and comfortable today with highs in the low to mid-50s. Light rain will continue tonight before tapering off to scattered rain showers. Rainfall on average will be in the range of 0.75-1″, isolated higher amounts closer to 1.5″ will be possible.
Heading into your Memorial Day weekend, we will see rain showers linger into early portions of your Saturday. Rain showers will become spotty in coverage by the afternoon before tapering off. The cloud cover will be stubborn all weekend, limiting any sunshine we could see. Sunday, any showers will spotty in coverage. Highs on Saturday will be in the low to mid-50s, before reaching the low 60s Sunday. Memorial Day itself looks to be mainly dry and seasonable. Mid/High clouds will lead to filtered sunshine.