Regional Forecast – Southern Tier (09/20/21)

Regional Forecast - Southern Tier

Good morning and happy Monday! What a foggy start to the day! Patchy valley fog will continue to lift and dissipate as we progress throughout the morning. Aside from the fog, we will enjoy plenty of sunshine today! An area of high pressure is sitting over the Northeast which has allowed for us to stay dry and clear. These conditions continue today as we enjoy plenty of sunshine and stay dry. Today also started a bit cooler with temperatures in the upper 40s for some. As we head throughout the day, highs will reach the upper 70s, so we will be warming up. The main source for this warmup is a southerly wind which is ushering in warmer air into the Twin Tiers. Overnight, high level clouds start to build into the region. More cloud cover builds in as the overnight hours go by. Lows tonight will sit into the mid 50s. Cloud cover sticks around for Tuesday but we stay dry. This increase in cloud cover is due to an approaching cold front. Highs on Tuesday reach the mid 70s.

On Wednesday, the wet weather returns as a cold front moves through. Currently, there is uncertainty in the exact timing of the front. Right now, shower chances look to increase on Wednesday morning ahead of the cold front. Showers look likely throughout the day on Wednesday as the cold front advances into the region.

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