AVERAGE HIGH FOR SEPTEMBER 6TH: 77°
AVERAGE LOW FOR SEPTEMBER 6TH: 52°
FRIDAY SUNRISE: 6:38 AM
FRIDAY SUNSET: 7:33 PM
Happy Friday Twin Tiers! Patchy fog lingers this morning, mainly before 9 AM before giving way to sunshine once again. We look to stay mainly dry today with high pressure slowly moving out. Clouds increase into the afternoon with showers rolling in late tonight. High temperatures remain cooler than average topping off in the low to mid-70s this afternoon. Winds begin to turn out of the southeast ahead of our next weak storm system. This will increase humidity slightly into tonight but we stay on the comfortable side. Tonight mostly cloudy with the chance for showers and lows falling back into the low to mid-50s, still a comfortable night to sleep with the windows open.
A very weak disturbance moves over the Twin Tiers on Saturday which will bring the chance of a few isolated showers. Little to no rainfall expected, otherwise, we have limited sunshine to start your weekend with temperatures once again cooler than average in the low 70s. Still a decent day for outdoor plans but keep the rain gear on standby and the jacket as we remain cooler than average even into Sunday.
Sunday temperatures remain in the upper 60s near 70 degrees. A mixture of sunshine and clouds through the afternoon as another round of high pressure builds in keeping us dry for the start of next week. Monday and Tuesday look mainly dry before a low-pressure system moves in midweek to re-introduce rain chances. Temperatures also look to warm back into the upper 70s on Wednesday.
FRIDAY: PATCHY FOG EARLY, CLOUDS INCREASE INTO THE AFTERNOON.
FRIDAY NIGHT: MOSTLY CLOUDY. CHANCE SHOWERS.
SATURDAY: LIMITED SUNSHINE. ISOLATED SHOWERS POSSIBLE.
HIGH: 72 LOW: 49
SUNDAY: SUNSHINE & CLOUDS.
HIGH: 69 LOW: 47
MONDAY: MOSTLY SUNNY.
HIGH: 70 LOW: 48
TUESDAY: PARTLY SUNNY. SLIGHT CHANCE PM SHOWERS
HIGH: 75 LOW: 58
WEDNESDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY. CHANCE SHOWERS & STORMS.
HIGH: 79 LOW: 56
THURSDAY: PARTLY SUNNY. SHOWERS LINGER EARLY.
HIGH: 71 LOW: 46
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