BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — The remnants of Ida will bring showers to northern Pennsylvania as well as southern Cattaraugus and Allegany counties on Wednesday. Daytime temperatures will range from the low 70s for Buffalo and the northtowns to the lower 60s across the S.Tier where rain from Ida will limit daytime highs. After Ida exits, the sun will return to the skies over WNY for the remainder of the work week as temperatures slowly rise upward through the 70s.
MORNING: Partly cloudy. Near 60.
AFTERNOON: Partly to mostly cloudy. Mid 70s.
MORNING: Mainly clear. Upper 50s.
AFTERNOON: Mostly sunny. Low to mid 70s.
MORNING: Mainly clear. Near 60.
AFTERNOON: Mostly sunny. Mid 70s.
MORNING: Mainly clear. Low 60s.
AFTERNOON: Mostly sunny. Upper 70s.