TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy. Scattered showers developing from north to south 80%. Embedded thunderstorms, a few of which may become severe. Damaging wind gusts will be the main concern. Low of 61 (57-63).
MONDAY: Mix of sun and clouds. Filtered sunshine is possible due to smoke from the wildfires out west. Breezy at times. High of 73 (70-77). Winds out of the northwest at 5-12 mph.
MONDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy. Few showers and storms 40%. Low of 56 (51-58). Winds light.
Cold front drops into the Southern Tier tonight leading to the development of showers and thunderstorms. There is the risk that a few of these embedded thunderstorms may become severe with the main concern being damaging wind gusts. Strongest storms likely after midnight.
Conditions will still be damp Monday morning but they gradually improve throughout the day. Yet, clouds do stick around as winds remain out of the northwest.
Few more chances for rain as we go throughout the week but the next best chance is on Wednesday as another cold pushes across the region.