Tonight: Mostly cloudy with a 30% chance of light rain showers early. A few flakes could mix in. Winds: Light N, Low: 34 (32-37)
Wednesday: Partly to mostly cloudy skies. Winds: SE 4-8 mph, High: 60 (56-61)
Wednesday night: Cloudy with a 40% chance of scattered showers. Winds: SSE 8-12 mph, Low: 43 (40-45)
This frontal boundary traces back to another developing low over the center of the country, and will fluctuate north to south as that storm moves. For Wednesday, it will be further to our south, taking away any rain chances through the day as temperatures warm back up into the 60’s. Our frontal friend will return Wednesday night as a warm front though, kicking off the start of a very unsettled end to the week.
With the warm front fairly close by, scattered showers will be possible Thursday, with rain chances continuing to increase as the actual center of the next storm approaches. Once again, the low pressure center will pass by fairly close to the Twin Tiers, meaning plenty of rain, heavy at times, and a few storms possible for Friday. This system still looks to be a bit slower than the last, so rain will continue into Saturday as well with highs staying in the 60’s.
For Easter, some leftover rain on the back side of this system will hang around, before gradually ending through the holiday with highs cooling some into the upper 50’s. The beginning of next week looks fairly dry under high pressure, as highs get back into the 60’s with overnight lows in the upper 40’s.