AVERAGE HIGH FOR SEPTEMBER 9TH: 76°
AVERAGE LOW FOR SEPTEMBER 9TH: 51°
MONDAY SUNRISE: 6:41 AM
MONDAY SUNSET: 7:28 PM
Happy Monday Twin Tiers! A foggy start in some locations this morning as highs pressure remains off towards our north and east. This will keep us dry for the start of the workweek along with some sunshine this afternoon. Fog will lift out of the Twin Tiers by 10 am giving way to partly sunny skies – so you may need the sunglasses at times when heading out the door. Winds remain out of the north on the light side as temperatures stay slightly cooler than average only topping off near 70 degrees. Into tonight we cool off near average with lows near 50 degrees with patchy fog developing after the midnight hour.
As we progress into Tuesday we stay on the dry side with a mixture of sunshine and clouds but temperatures begin to warm up. Winds switch out of the south for Tuesday allowing warmer air to usher in. This will also act to increase humidity and the moisture in the air when we move into mid-week, this the chance for showers and storms increases into Tuesday night and Wednesday. A warm front looks to move through late, bringing the risk for showers and storms into Wednesday with temperatures well above average, topping off in the low to mid-80s. We then cool back off late week into the mid-70s with shower chances continuing.
This upcoming weekend looks a bit unsettled as well, with shower chances on Saturday and some more sunshine on Sunday as high pressure builds in. Temperatures look to remain slightly warmer than average in the upper 70s as well.
MONDAY: PARTLY SUNNY
MONDAY NIGHT: PARTLY CLOUDY. PATCHY FOG LATE.
TUESDAY: CLOUDS INCREASE INTO THE AFTERNOON. MAINLY DRY.
HIGH: 78 LOW: 63
WEDNESDAY: LIMITED SUNSHINE. SHOWERS & STORMS POSSIBLE.
HIGH: 86 LOW: 62
THURSDAY: LIMITED SUNSHINE, CHANCE SHOWERS.
HIGH: 77 LOW: 58
FRIDAY: PARTLY SUNNY. MAINLY DRY.
HIGH: 76 LOW: 62
SATURDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY. CHANCE SHOWERS & STORMS.
HIGH: 79 LOW: 54
SUNDAY: SUNSHINE RETURNS, DRY!
HIGH: 78 LOW: 58
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