First Alert Forecast: Rainfall once again has been very limited for Rochester

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — A warm front will be moving across the area overnight.

As a result, there is a chance of a passing shower or a thundershower this evening. However, thus far any rainfall today has been minimal for Western New York. We expect that the dry conditions will become a more significant issue in the coming days and weeks. Another long stretch of mainly dry, sunny weather is expected for the remainder of this week.

Tonight any lingering showers or thundershowers will come to an end. The low temperature will be in the middle 60s. Wednesday and cold front will have moved through Western New York and as the wind shifts to the northeast the humidity will be falling with more comfortable weather expected. Look for morning clouds to give way to mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. The high temperature will be in the upper 70s. Thursday will bring more sunshine, but it will be a little warmer with the temperature rising into the low to middle 80s. Friday will feature partly to mostly sunny skies with the high in the low 80s.

It is possible, if not likely, that we will see little to no rain for the next six days with the first real chance for rain not expected until next week.

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