High pressure off the east coast will combine with an approaching frontal system to give us a good southerly flow of warmer air today, to record levels. The front will move through tonight, providing showers and some possible storms. This will lead to a much cooler weekend.
Meteorologist Craig Flint 6:08 PM Friday
Precip: FRIDAY: 0.00″ / Month: 5.80″ / Normal: 3.08″ / Year: 32.67″ / Normal: 33.52″
Sunstats: SATURDAY: Sunrise 7:44 AM / Sunset 6:25 PM Daylight: 10 Hours 41 Minutes
Very mild early with showers and thunder developing by the middle of the evening. Could be a locally strong thunderstorm in the evening. Turning much cooler late.
Low: 47 Erie….40-45 inland and mountains.
Wind: SW then NW 10-25.
Brief shower early, otherwise mostly to partly cloudy at times. It will be much cooler.
High: Near 50.
Wind: NW 5-15.
Partly cloudy to mainly clear and chilly.
Low: 39 Erie…32-37 Inland / Warren County Near 30.
Wind: NE 5-10.
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