Fairly notable southerly flow continues to pump summery warm temperatures northward through the start of the weekend. More record heat is possible on Saturday! It will be breezy on Saturday. Expect more clouds to arrive by late Saturday, with showers maybe some thunderstorms developing Saturday night into Sunday morning. It will be cooler, but still mild on Sunday, with the highest risk for showers and even a few thunderstorms through the 1st half of the day. Skies may try to brighten by Sunday afternoon.
Meteorologist Tom DiVecchio, Tom Atkins & Craig Flint 4:09 PM Friday
Precip: (through 5PM) THURSDAY: 0.00″ / Month: 0.21″ / Normal: 0.92″ / Year: 6.43″ / Normal: 9,21″
Snowfall: THURSDAY: 0.0″ /Month: 2.2″/Normal: 1.7″ / Year: 62.2″ / Normal: 99.4″
Sunstats: FRIDAY: Sunrise 6:49 AM / Sunset 7:56 PM Daylight: 13 hours/7 Minutes
Widely scattered shower possible through early evening then clearing and comfortable.
Low: 58 Erie….50-55 inland.
Wind: SSE 10-20
Partly sunny and toasty with more record heat possible. More clouds increase late.
Wind: SSE 10-25.
Clouds increase with rain developing. Maybe a thunderstorm.
Low: 57 Erie…52-56 inland.
Wind: SE 10-20.
Rain and rumbles of thunder early. Then skies brighten in the afternoon. It will be a bit cooler, but still very mild.
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