First Alert Weather: Some changeable weather over the next 24 hours
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — As expected, severe storms never reached Western New York today. However, just about everybody saw some rainfall this morning with most of the area measuring about a half-inch of rain.
And although the steady rain has ended, there is a small chance of an isolated shower tonight and then a thundershower possible tomorrow afternoon. Should emphasize that most of the time it will be rain-free. A
cold front is expected to cross Western New York which will reduce the humidity levels overnight. You can expect temperatures to fall through the 60s this evening with an overnight low temperature in the upper 50s.
The News10NBC First Alert meteorologists are expecting much cooler and drier air arriving for the end of the workweek. Temperatures will be in the low 70s tomorrow, but the mercury may not leave the 60s on Friday.
Probably the best day of the week will be Saturday as the day will feature abundant sunshine, lower humidity and temperatures in the upper 70s. A more summer-like weather pattern will return for Sunday as the humidity will rise and the temperature will be nearing 80°. If you are heading out to the Bills game, there is also the small chance of a thundershower for the afternoon.
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