First Alert Weather: A mostly great weekend, but our dry pattern begins to break down
ROCHESTER N.Y. (WHEC) — What is better than sunshine on a Friday? Sunshine on a Saturday! And that’s exactly what we’ll see.
A clear sky overnight will allow temperatures to once again drop into the lower 30s. Saturday will be another stunner, with full sunshine, and temperatures a few degrees milder than Friday, which should put us in the mid and upper 50s. So, still a little cool, but quite nice with wind not playing a big role in how it feels. Sunday will be the milder weekend day, with highs back into the 60s for the first time since we had those two 81-degree days! So, it’ll be nice to be on the milder side again. That being said, we’re going to lose that brilliant blue sky, with clouds thickening up during the afternoon. A shower or two may sneak in during the afternoon, but most wet weather should hold off until around or after sunset.
Some of those showers will linger into Monday morning, but they should move out, leaving us with some afternoon sun. Highs on Tuesday should rebound back into the 70s with some sun, and any rain holding off until at least the afternoon, possibly evening. There are some signs pointing to another lovely stretch of dry and sunny weather toward the end of next week, but if that pattern does hold, daytime highs will likely hold a little on the cooler side once again.
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