Second warmest August on record with more heat in store for the weekend

PM scattered storms south of Buffalo Friday
Posted at 7:11 AM, Aug 26, 2021

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Friday will offer up some relief temperatures and humidity lowers a bit as daytime highs drop into the lower 80s. Most areas will see a dry day with partly cloudy skies, but areas of the Southern Tier near the NY/PA line will see showers and T-Storms develop in the afternoon into the evening. Temperatures will begin to rebound back into the mid to upper 80s over the weekend with increasing humidity as well as scattered T-Storms throughout the weekend. The streak of 80s will come to an end next week as the 70s return and stick around for the Labor Day weekend.

MORNING: Partly cloudy. Near 67.
AFTERNOON: Partly sunny with PM showers south of Buffalo. Low 80s.

MORNING: Partly cloudy. Mid 60s.
AFTERNOON: Warm and humid with PM sctd. t-showers. Mid 80s.

MORNING: Mostly cloudy and muggy. Near 70.
AFTERNOON: Warm and humid with sctd. t-showers. Mid 80s.

MORNING: Mostly cloudy. Mid 60s.
AFTERNOON: Sctd. showers. Near 80.

MORNING: Mild start. Mid 60s.
AFTERNOON: Partly Cloudy. upper 70s