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Quiet tonight, but storm chances return tomorrow

Tonight: Partly cloudy to clear early. Clouds increase. Wind: Light Low: 57-62

Tuesday: Partly sunny and muggy. Chance of showers and storms. Any storms could be strong to severe with gusty winds and torrential rain. Small chance of flash flooding inside thunderstorms. Chance of precipitation is 30% northeast of Binghamton and 40% near and southwest of Binghamton. High: 74-79

Tuesday Night: Partly to mostly cloudy. Residual shower or storm possible before midnight. Chance of rain is 20%. Patchy fog. Wind: Light Low: 59-64

Forecast Discussion:

Skies will be clear early tonight before more high clouds arrive toward morning. Winds will be light and overnight lows will range in the upper 50s to low 60s.

Tuesday will be much more humid and we’ll have to monitor the chance of storms in the afternoon and evening. The chance of precipitation is 30% the farther northeast of Binghamton you are and 40% closer to and southwest of Binghamton. Any storms that develop will produce torrential rainfall, a small chance of flash flooding, gusty, potentially damaging winds and hail. High will be in the mid to upper 70s. Some low 80s would be possible if prolonged periods of sun develop. Rain and any storms taper into the overnight with partly to mostly cloudy skies and some patchy fog. Lows stay in the low 60s.

A ridge of high pressure will build into the area Wednesday and should keep precipitation chances very limited. We’re putting a slight (20%) chance of a couple isolated showers or storms in the forecast with highs in the low to mid 80s.

The 4th of July will be warm and unsettled. The chance of showers and perhaps a few storms is 20%. Highs will be in the mid to upper 80s.

Friday through Sunday remains unsettled with 40% chances of rain on Friday and Saturday. Some storms could also develop. Highs stay in the low to mid 80s.

A break from the humidity may come on Sunday with highs in the 70s. The chance of precipitation Sunday is 20%. Next Monday looks dry with highs in the upper 70s.

Caitlin Westerholm

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