BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) - Who thought we'd have to deal with Lake Effect Rain showers towards the end of June? Something we typically see in late August and September.
Rain showers for the most part will remain north and south of Buffalo. That doesn't mean we see a few showers sneak into Buffalo during the late afternoon. Better chance for showers in Buffalo during the evening.
Otherwise, cool and breezy day with temperatures near 70.
Another cool and breezy day for Tuesday, with lake effect rain showers, mainly into the Southtowns and Southern Tier.
We get a break from the action Wednesday, with temps bumping up to 70F.
The humidity returns to WNY Thursday. However, looks a bit stormy. Showers stick with us through the weekend.
MONDAY: Partly to Mostly Cloudy & Cool with scattered and occasional showers & tshowers more numerous in the afternoon. High: 67. WSW: increasing to 15-30. Scattered showers Monday night, but after midnight a band of lake effect rain will likely redevelop along the Lake Erie shore & inland south of the City, but not that far from the metro area. Locally heavy rain and thunder will be possible.
TUESDAY: Lake enhanced shoreline rain breaks up. Limited sunshine returns, still cool. Scattered showers with a few rumbles of thunder. Highs in the mid-60s.
WEDNESDAY: Partly to Mostly Sunny & Milder. High: 72.
THURSDAY: Mild and becoming More Humid. Scattered showers & tshowers develop and continue into the evening. A few downpours will be possible. High: 77.