AVERAGE HIGH FOR JUNE 25TH: 81°
AVERAGE LOW FOR JUNE 25TH: 56°
TUESDAY SUNRISE: 5:32 AM
TUESDAY SUNSET: 8:47 PM
A batch of some steadier rainfall moved through this morning, associated with a cold front pushing through the Twin Tiers. Behind this front winds will switch out of the west 5-10 mph along with some breaks in the cloud cover for the late morning and into the afternoon. The chance for a few pop up showers does look to exist into the afternoon but, we remain on the dry side with some sunshine! High temperatures will be once again in the lower 80s this afternoon, with dew points still in the 60s meaning you will still feel the humidity when stepping out the door.
Tonight we remain dry with mainly clear skies at times and temperatures falling close to 60 degrees. Humidity looks to remain overnight, so it may be another day for closing the window and turning on that air conditioner.
Wednesday we start off mainly dry with sunshine and clouds at times. Showers and storms then become likely into the late afternoon hours into the evening. Some could be heavy at times but look to push out of the region by 7pm. Specific timing on that could change once we get closer, however. Highs on Wednesday in the mid 80s.
Thursday we look mainly dry with some sunshine before storms move in late Friday and into Saturday. Highs Thursday and Friday look to climb into the mid to even upper 80s! Dry conditions look to return into Sunday with temperatures back into the upper 70s. Not a washout of a week – but chances for showers & storms do linger most days as a very summer-like pattern sets up for the work week.
TUESDAY: CHANCE SHOWERS, PM SUNSHINE.
TUESDAY NIGHT: MAINLY DRY AND CLEAR.
WEDNESDAY: SOME SUNSHINE! PM SHOWERS & STORMS.
HIGH: 85 LOW: 61
THURSDAY: PARTLY SUNNY.
HIGH: 86 LOW: 60
FRIDAY: PARTLY CLOUDY, AFTERNOON SHOWER & STORM.
HIGH: 87 LOW: 62
SATURDAY: LIMITED SUNSHINE. CHANCE SHOWERS & STORMS.
HIGH: 83 LOW: 61
SUNDAY: PARTLY SUNNY. MAINLY DRY.
HIGH: 78 LOW: 54
MONDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY.
HIGH: 79 LOW: 59
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