BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — We see a bump in the heat today as a warm front approaches. Morning clouds and patchy fog gradually make way for sun & clouds. Don't be surprised by a one or two light stray showers. Otherwise, we stay dry and warmer today. Clouds increase tonight ahead of scattered showers that arrive late. Overnight lows will bottom out in the low 60s with the Southern Tier seeing lows in the upper 50s. Sunday starts with scattered showers that are more numerous with some having more moderate rainfall. Isolated thunderstorms pick up after noon ahead of a passing cold front. This front brings cooler temperatures Sunday. A second front passes Monday morning making the unofficial end to summer certainly feel like it. Not only will Monday be cool, but it starts of quite wet with scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms. We'll see another bump in temperatures on Tuesday, but it is short lived, as temperatures dip on Wednesday and into the rest of the week.
Sun & clouds with chance of a stray shower
Cooler with scattered showers and t-storms
MONDAY- LABOR DAY
Cool with scattered showers & t-storms
Warmer with sun & clouds
Cool with scattered showers