First Alert Forecast: Mainly dry but breezy weekend

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. – Hurricane Ian made another landfall Friday afternoon near Georgetown, SC with damaging winds, flooding rain and storm surge. Ian will quickly weaken and lift northward into the Mid-Atlantic states this weekend.

The best chance for any precipitation from Ian’s remnants will be in the Southern Tier and Southern Finger Lakes on Saturday, but we should largely stay dry. We will see clouds thickening, with an overcast sky on Saturday, before some clearing on Sunday. In addition to the clouds, it’ll turn breezy later Saturday and into Sunday, with some gusts to 30 mph out of the northeast. This is a cool wind direction, so we’ll hold in the lower 60s on Saturday, and likely the 50s on Sunday.

We’ll keep the quiet and slightly cooler weather going into the middle part of next week, with a mix of clouds and sun, daytime highs in the lower to mid 60s, and overnight lows in the 40s. A cold front late next week will bring a few showers, followed by another shot of cool, fall air by next weekend.