Forecast Discussion 9/15/19 AM: Late weekend showers leading to summer’s last stand

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AVERAGE HIGH FOR SEPTEMBER 15TH: 74°

AVERAGE LOW FOR SEPTEMBER 15TH: 49°

SUNDAY SUNRISE: 6:47 AM

SUNDAY SUNSET: 7:18 PM

Starting off Sunday with some widespread thick fog, thankfully that will lift as we get into the later morning hours. A pleasant day in store for the Twin Tiers, slightly warmer temperatures expected with highs in the mid 70s. Partly cloudy skies with plenty of sunshine throughout the day. Clouds increasing late tonight as another unsettled pattern moves into the region bringing us rain chances this evening and overnight. Low temperatures in the upper 50s, the cloud-cover not allowing for sufficient cooling to get us to the average low.

Tomorrow continues the unsettled weather, starting off the workweek with some light rain. Lower temperatures as a result of the morning showers and cloud-cover, highs in the low 70s expected. Through mid and late day, the clouds will break a little, allowing for some sunshine to finish off your Monday. Lows tomorrow night in the lower 50s.

After the system moves through tomorrow a large, ridging, high pressure system sets in and will keep us comfortable through much of mid and late week. Temperatures steadily warming from the mid 70s on Tuesday to the lower 80s by the weekend. The high pressure will keep us dry as well as summer-like. Saturday, highs peaking in the lower 80s, with those summer-like temperatures comes chances of showers and thunderstorms to start your weekend.

SUNDAY: PARTLY CLOUDY, CLOUDS INCREASE LATE DAY
HIGH: 76

SUNDAY NIGHT: MOSTLY CLOUDY, LIGHT SHOWERS LATE
LOW: 58

MONDAY: LIGHT RAIN EARLY, MOSTLY CLOUDY
HIGH: 73 LOW: 51

TUESDAY: CLOUDS DECREASE, TURNING SUNNY
HIGH: 74 LOW: 47

WEDNESDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY. STAYING DRY
HIGH: 76 LOW: 52

THURSDAY: PARTLY SUNNY. WARMING
HIGH: 78 LOW: 56

FRIDAY: PARTLY SUNNY. SUMMER-LIKE
HIGH: 80 LOW: 57

SATURDAY: MIX OF SUN & CLOUDS. CHANCE SHOWERS & T-STORMS
HIGH: 82 LOW: 56

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