From Your Weather Authority...
A low pressure system will slide North along the Western side of the Great Lakes has led to some showers and thunderstorms early this morning, mainly Erie and areas west of I-79. Later today, warm air remains entrenched in the region with scattered showers and storms possible, especially in the later afternoon and evening as a dying cold front nears us. This front will slide by the region tonight bringing a little cool down for Thursday. We dry out on Thursday/Friday with high pressure building in.
Meteorologist Tom Atkins 1AM Wednesday
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, esp PM although there could be some chance early in the mountains
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