Monday: Partly cloudy and hot and humid with a 40% chance of scattered showers and storms. Winds: SW 5-10 mph, High: 89 (87-92), Heat Index: 92-98
Monday night: Mostly cloudy with a 20% chance of lingering showers and storms early on. Some patchy fog possible. Winds: Calm, Low: 67 (64-69)
Tuesday: Partly cloudy with a 30% chance of isolated showers and storms. High: 87, Low: 65
Tomorrow the trend continues, as more heat and humidity builds as well. We’re expecting Monday to be the warmest day of the week, with highs into the upper 80’s and lower 90’s, pushing heat index values well into the 90’s. To go along with that, we’ll once again see another piece of shortwave energy, along with a weak frontal boundary swing through. With that, we’ll have scattered shower and storm chances again, tapering off by Monday night. Tuesday that frontal boundary should be far enough south of us that storm coverage will be a bit lower, but isolated rain chances are still possible. Heat and humidity remain in place as well, until a strong cold front comes through on Wednesday.
This cold front will take its time moving through, and each model is a little different on when exactly it will be through the Twin Tiers. Even still, expect plenty of showers and storms around through the day, with drier conditions returning once the front passes. After several very summer-like days, a cool Canadian high pressure fills in starting Thursday, giving us dry weather through next weekend. We’ll also drop temperatures, back into the 70’s and lower 80’s for highs, and lows back into the 50’s each day through this time frame.