From Your Weather Authority...
A low pressure system will slide North along the Western side of the Great Lakes tonight. Daytime heating to the East of this system will help fuel the development of some showers and thunderstorms, which we expect to arrive in our area later this evening. Tomorrow, warm air remains entrenched in the region with scattered showers and storms possible as a dying cold front nears us. This front will slide by the region tomorrow night bringing a little cool down for Thursday. We dry out on Thursday/Friday with high pressure building in.
Meteorologist Tom Atkins 6:45 PM Tuesday
Precipitation: TUESDAY: 0.00"/ Month: 1.60"/ Monthly Normal: 2.87"/ Year: 12.33"/ Yearly Normal: 14.49"
SNOW: TUESDAY: 0.0"/ Month: 0.0"/Monthly Normal: 0.0"/Year: 110.3"/Yearly Normal: 100.9"
Sunrise: WEDNESDAY: 5:50 AM/ Sunset: 8:46 PM/ DAYLIGHT: 14 Hours 56 Minutes
Muggy with showers/storms at times. Some fog possible inland/mountains late
LOW: 68 Erie..62-66 Inland/Mountains
WINDS: S 5-15...increasing to 10-20 after midnight and becoming SW by dawn
Mild, sticky, and breezy with a chance of scattered showers/storms
HIGH: 83 Erie...78-83 Inland/Mountains
WINDS: SW 10-20
Showers/Storms likely, especially during the evening. Then a chance for some residual showers with patchy fog/mist developing inland/mountains. Cooler, less muggy.
LOW: 60 Erie...52-58 Inland/Mountains
WINDS: SW 10-15...Diminishing to 5-15