RAIN RETURNS: Our next storm system brings cool and damp conditions on Thursday. Expect plenty of showers, especially during the morning. Rain tapers to less widespread shower activity during the afternoon. It’s milder, and still a bit breezy, with temperatures in the middle to upper 50s. The evening dries out, and chilly air slowly moves in through the night. It triggers a few lake effect flurries to the northwest. Friday is drier and mostly cloudy as chillier air slides into the area. Temperatures are in the middle to upper 40s.
MORE CHILL THIS WEEKEND: Another pool of chilly air settles over the region to begin the weekend. Saturday brings plenty of clouds, and some rain/snow showers. A spotty coating is possible for some spots, but it does not look worrisome at this time. High temperatures are in the upper 30s to lower 40s. Sunday begins to moderate slightly with more sunshine. Afternoon high temperatures are in the lower to middle 40s.
NEXT WEEK: Temperatures moderate through next week, but it won’t come without shower chances. We’re back to seasonable averages on Monday, but there’s plenty of clouds as our next cold front slowly arrives from the west. Even a few late day showers are possible. Scattered showers, even a few thunderstorms, are likely Tuesday as the front moves through. Temperatures are a bit above seasonable averages, in the lower 60s. We cool down a touch on Wednesday with increasing sunshine.
Have a great Thursday!