Forecast Discussion 09/18/20 AM: Increasing sunshine & breezy today

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Frost Advisory in effect from midnight until 8:00 am Saturday morning

AVERAGE HIGH FOR SEPTEMBER 18th: 72°

AVERAGE LOW FOR SEPTEMBER 18th: 47°

FRIDAY SUNRISE: 6:51 AM

FRIDAY SUNSET: 7:11 PM

Noon Update: Temperatures have been increased slightly for the remainder of the day. This is due to the Twin Tiers seeing a bit more sunshine and clouds clearing faster. The remainder of the forecast remains on track and still expecting to see widespread frost overnight. Frost Advisory will go into effect late tonight and expired at 8:00 Saturday morning. Fall-like temperatures and sunshine continue through the majority of the seven-day forecast.

Another cool start to the day across the Twin Tiers, temperatures will rebound nicely for the afternoon. High pressure will continue to build into the region ushering cooler and drier air into the atmosphere. A northerly breeze will be sustained at 10-20 mph and gusting at times during the afternoon. Clouds will decrease leading to mostly sunny skies today. Certainly feeling like fall as highs reach into the low 60s. Calm winds combined with clear skies will support radiational cooling overnight. Potential to see our first widespread frost of the season, the reason why a frost advisory has been issued. Lows tonight are expecting to be in the low to mid-60s, coldest temperatures will be in the valley locations.

A beautiful fall-like weekend is on tap for us all! After a chilly start Saturday, highs will rebound nicely towards 60 degrees. Winds will be breezy at times but we will enjoy mostly sunny conditions! Expecting to see the potential for another frosty start on Sunday as Saturday night lows fall back into the low 30s. Plenty of sunshine again on Sunday with highs in the low 60s and lows in the low 30s.

High pressure remains in control of the region for the upcoming week! We will continue to see mostly sunny skies through midweek. As we head towards Thursday, this is when we will see mostly cloudy skies and our next chance to see light rain showers. This rainfall is much needed as the majority of the Twin Tiers are in the moderate drought stage. Temperatures will be on the rise as we will reach back into the mid ot upper 70s towards the end of the week.

FRIDAY: CLOUDS DECREASE, BREEZY
HIGH: 62

FRIDAY NIGHT: CLEAR SKIES, PATCHY FROST
LOW: 32

SATURDAY: AM FROST, MOSTLY SUNNY
HIGH: 61 LOW: 31

SUNDAY: AM PATCHY FROST, MOSTLY SUNNY
HIGH: 62 LOW: 32

MONDAY: AM PATCHY FROST, PLENTY OF SUNSHINE
HIGH: 67 LOW: 35

TUESDAY: MID/HIGH CLOUDS
HIGH: 70 LOW: 46

WEDNESDAY: MOSTLY TO PARTLY SUNNY
HIGH: 76 LOW: 51

THURSDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY, LIGHT SHOWERS
HIGH: 78 LOW: 51

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