Current Conditions

Feels like: 53°
High: 60°
Low: 49°
Humidity: 83%
Barometer: 29.83 in
Dew Point: 48°
Sunrise: 6:59 AM
Sunset: 5:58 PM

Warmth hasn't peaked yet; Abrupt, Windy change Saturday

Locally DENSE FOG North tonight/early Thur

DENSE FOG ADVISORY Northern Erie, Niagara, Orleans & Genesee Cos. until 9am Thursday. Fog will become locally dense, especially near both lakeshores and along the Niagara River.

Lakeshore fog will develop this afternoon into tonight, and some fog may develop overnight inland as well. A few light showers may pop up Thursday, but it will be mainly dry and mild. More numerous showers & a few Tshowers will move in during Friday morning, out in front of a slow-moving warm front. Temps will stay in the 50s much of the day, spiking into the 60s toward the dinner hour once the warm front passes north. Much of Friday night will be dry, breezy, and springlike. On Saturday, a sharp cold front will be pushing toward us preceded by numerous showers and the chance for Gusty TStorms as it goes by. It will be Very Windy & turn Much Colder in the afternoon into the evening, with scattered light snow showers developing overnight, especially over hilly terrain. Just a few snow showers, mainly hills will be around on a  chilly Sunday. Monday should be mainly dry, though some guidance does indicate a chance for light snow developing. Confidence slips for Tuesday on timing of precipitation out ahead of a storm system. By Wednesday, it appears a vigorous storm system will be crossing the northern Great Lakes bring showers & possible tshowers, along with Gusty Winds. Chillier weather returns by Thursday.

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON; A few sunny breaks, but lakeshore fog will develop by both lakes. Temps drop to 40s at immediate Lake Ontario shoreline, low 50s Lake Erie shore. Mid-upper 50s inland. SSW 7-12.

TONIGHT; Areas of fog, locally dense closer to lakes. Unseasonably mild. Low: 48 lakeshore-52 inland. Fog thins toward AM as the breeze picks up.

THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy, continued warm with a chance for a few light showers. It will be rainfree most of the day. SW 10-20, keeping downtown a few degrees cooler.  60s inland/50s lakeshore. Temperatures drop back to the low 40s overnight behind a weak cool front.

FRIDAY: AM showers develop with a chance of a few tshowers. Showers winding down from south to north in the afternoon providing sunny breaks by mid or late afternoon. Temperatures will start in the 40s rising into the 50s. Late in the day, behind the warm front temps will spike into the 60s.  Breezy & Warm overnight, with a few showers or isolated tshowers possible.

SATURDAY: A line of organized Showers & possible Gusty TStorms will approach from the west AM, out ahead of a strong cold front. Behind this front, it will be Very Windy & Much Colder, with temperatures tumbling from 58 AM to 37 by the dinner hour.  Windy with scattered mainly light snow showers developing overnight, more numerous hills. Low: 27.

SUNDAY: Partly to Mostly Cloudy, Breezy & Seasonably Chilly with scattered light snow showers, more numerous hills.  Highs near 34F.

MONDAY: Partly cloudy skies.  Low chance of light snow showers developing, especially south. Highs near 38.

TUESDAY: Mostly Cloudy & Milder. Chance of rain showers developing. High: 47.

WEDNESDAY; Windy with Showers & possible Tshowers developing. Winds may become quite gusty. High: 49.







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