First Alert Weather: Yellow Alert has ended as the threat for significant storms has passed
ROCHESTER N.Y. (WHEC) — Several rounds of thunderstorms brought bouts of heavier rain earlier today.
Most of these downpours were located north of the Thruway. The cold front that has been the focal point of most of the storms has yet to pass through the area. As a result, there is still the chance of an isolated thundershower this evening with the greatest likelihood being south of Rochester. Since the significant portion of the threat has passed, the News 10 NBC First Alert meteorologists have discontinued the yellow alert.
Tonight look for an isolated shower, at least for the early evening. It will turn much cooler with the temperature falling into the low to middle 50s by morning. Thursday will bring partial sunshine for the morning with increasing clouds for the afternoon. There is a chance of a passing shower by Thursday Evening. The high temperature will only climb to near 70 degrees.
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday should bring more sunshine. No need for the air conditioning as it will remain comfortably cool and with lower humidity. The high temperature will be near 70 on Friday, in the upper 60s on Saturday, and lower 70s on Saturday.
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