AVERAGE HIGH FOR SEPTEMBER 3RD: 78°
AVERAGE LOW FOR SEPTEMBER 3RD: 53°
TUESDAY SUNRISE: 6:35 AM
TUESDAY SUNSET: 7:38 PM
Happy Tuesday Twin Tiers! We wake up this morning to some patchy dense fog in localized areas. This will lift out of the region around 8 – 9 am this morning. Once this does so, it will give way to sunshine and a few clouds this afternoon. We look to stay dry with temperatures near average in the upper 70s today. Dew points remain in the 60s which means humidity will stick around. Clouds begin to increase, becoming partly cloudy by this evening and into tonight. Temperatures tonight remain in the low to mid 60s. Winds out of the south lock-in warmer and more humid conditions overnight before we track a cold front that will bring relief and fall-like conditions into Wednesday evening.
Wednesday a cold front looks to move through the Twin Tiers midday. Showers and a few storms are possible late morning and early afternoon as clouds decrease for your dinner time. Temperatures will once again top off in the upper 70s ahead of this front. Behind the front, we track lower humidity, much cooler temperatures and high-pressure building in. Sunshine returns for us late this week.
Thursday and Friday look to remain quiet, comfy and cool with temperatures near 70 degrees. A touch of fall to the air as we remain on the sunny side both days. Saturday we could track a few isolated showers otherwise sunshine and clouds for your weekend with dry and comfortable conditions into early next week. Dorian looks to remain off the East Coast in the latest model runs into the end of the week, meaning it will have no impact on the Twin Tiers.
TUESDAY: VALLEY FOG EARLY. CLOUDS DECREASE.
TUESDAY NIGHT: INCREASING CLOUDS.
WEDNESDAY: LIMITED SUNSHINE. CHANCE SHOWERS & STORMS.
HIGH: 77 LOW: 49
THURSDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY.
HIGH: 70 LOW: 47
FRIDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY.
HIGH: 72 LOW: 48
SATURDAY: PARTLY SUNNY. ISO. SHOWERS POSSIBLE.
HIGH: 73 LOW: 50
SUNDAY: SUNSHINE & CLOUDS.
HIGH: 67 LOW: 44
MONDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY
HIGH: 69 LOW: 47
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