EVENING: Hit-or-miss storms, tapering after sunset. Temps near 90F.
TONIGHT: Mostly Cloudy, Stray Shower, Muggy. Lo 70.
WEDNESDAY: Scattered PM T-Storms. Hi 86.
Scattered storms will move through the area early this evening. Most storms will diminish near or shortly after sunset. The actual cold front arrives overnight and could lead to additional showers for some.
Chances for storms continue for Wednesday, mainly during the afternoon and evening. Wednesday afternoon will not be as hot as recent days, but we keep the humidity.
The front is slow to clear Thursday, which could lead to a stray storm across the southern tier counties on Thursday. Another system begins to develop Friday, leading to an increase in storms. It sure seems the forecast is turning out to be a washout, but keep in mind most of the day will be dry with the exception of pop up storms during the latter half of the day.
The upcoming weekend features summer-like conditions with low chances for storms.
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder