Tonight: Muggy and mild with scattered rain likely. A thunderstorm possible. Periods of heavy downpours possible. Localized poor drainage issues possible inside heaviest rain. Rainfall possible: 0.10-0.33” with up to 1” inside heavy downpours or thunder. Chance of rain is 80%. Wind: SE 5-10 Low: 61-66
Tuesday: 40% chance of rain through late morning, especially east of I81. Sun and clouds. Muggy and warm. Wind: WSW 7-12G16 High: 77-81
Tuesday Night: Partly cloudy. Wind: W 2-6 Low: 56-61
A warm front will slide through the area overnight tonight, followed by a cold front in the early morning hours of Tuesday. We expect rain showers to develop and some of these could produce very heavy downpours. There is a chance of a thunderstorm as well. The chance of rain is 80%. Lows tonight will likely stay in the 60s. Rainfall tonight should range from 0.10” to 0.33” with up to 1” inside any torrential downpours or storms. Localized poor drainage, or flash flooding, issues could develop if more than 1” of rain falls in less than 1 hour. We do not anticipate widespread flooding to develop.
Rain showers move east in the early morning hours and the chance of precipitation decreases west to east toward sunrise. By around 10am, any showers should be well east of Binghamton. By midday, most of the area, if not all of it, will be dry with a cloud and sun mixture. It will be more humid with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s, depending on sunshine amount. Lows Tuesday drop into the upper 50s and low 60s.
Wednesday remains muggy. The best chance of rain and thunder will come later in the day and evening. The chance of precipitation is 40% with highs around 81.
Thursday brings clouds and sunshine with highs around 81. Friday is shaping up dry and warm as well. Highs should jump into the low and mid 80s. Feels like temperatures will be in the upper 80s to low 90s.
Next weekend looks unsettled with a 40% chance of showers or storms Saturday and 30% on Sunday. It remains seasonable with highs near 80 Saturday and in the upper 70s Sunday.