First Alert Weather: Turning wet on Tuesday
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — After a lovely weekend, and a few passing showers on Monday, we’ll see a few chances for a more widespread rain this week.
The first will arrive on Tuesday with a cold front. A few showers are possible in the morning, but that will tend to be the driest part of the day, with more widespread showers and some storms starting after noon on Tuesday.
Any storm could produce brief downpours and some gusty wind. Speaking of wind, it’ll be a breezy day, even outside of any storms. The severe weather threat is low, but a gusty afternoon storm is possible, mainly in the Finger Lakes.
The severe threat is low and isolated, so we’re green on the First Alert Threat Tracker. But stay with News10NBC as we track the wet weather moving through on Tuesday.
Wednesday should see fair weather with a mix of clouds and sun and lower humidity, with our next round of some rain by Thursday morning. This won’t be an all-day rain and should taper into the afternoon.
Friday will be another dry day, before yet another chance for some rain by the weekend. At this point, Saturday should be our "rainy" day over the weekend.
Cooler air moves in on Sunday, allowing a few isolated pop-up afternoon showers, but the drier of the two weekend days. As far as temperatures go, after feeling like summer on Monday, we’ll feel a return to the 70s for the majority of our extended 10-day forecast.
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