A weak upper wave coupled with daytime heating may set off a few isolated showers/storms this evening in the mountains. An area of high pressure located near New England will continue to push East tonight and tomorrow allowing warm and muggy air to filter into our region. A cold front will bring a good chance for rain or storms on Wednesday and a small cool down for the end of the week.
Meteorologist Tom Atkins 7:15 PM Monday
LAKE ERIE WATER TEMP: 72 Degrees
Precipitation: MONDAY: 0.00"/ Month: 2.49"/ Monthly Normal: 2.33"/ Year: 23.63"/ Yearly Normal: 21.15"
Sunrise: TUESDAY: 6:04 AM/ Sunset: TUESDAY: 8:50 PM/ DAYLIGHT: 14 Hours 46 min
REST OF TONIGHT:
Fair skies, warm and muggy with fog developing inland/mountains away from the lake
LOW: 65 Erie...56-63 Inland/Mountains
WINDS: N Light Turning SE
Sultry with hazy sun. Some isolated PM t-storms possible, mainly in the Mountains
WINDS: S Light to NW 5-10
Warm and sticky with a strong breeze developing after midnight. Increasing clouds late
LOW: 73 Erie...63-68 Inland/Mountains
WINDS: S 5-10...SW 10-20 Late