First Alert Weather: An unsettled start, but sunny end to the day

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. — We’re waking up on Thursday once again across our region on the unsettled and cool side.

Lake effect rain showers will likely continue through the next few hours before sunshine breaks through in the afternoon.

Even with the sun expected later on Thursday, we will remain on the cool side. After that, temperatures start off in the low 50s and upper 40s, we will only make our way into the upper 50s this afternoon.

We don’t see a sharp increase in our temperatures until the sun breaks through, which means most of this day will remain on the cool side. Now, if you think Thursday daytime will be cool, just wait until the night. The clear skies and calm winds will let our temperatures tank into the mid and upper 30s by Friday morning.

With that, the National Weather Service will let a Frost Advisory go into effect tonight so gardeners, heads up and cover or bring in those plants. No record cold is expected, but it will definitely be a chilly start to our Friday.

Even with the cold start, highs for Friday afternoon will return to the low 60s, under plenty of sun before a few clouds from Ian roll in late. Even with the cloud cover, we will remain dry as high pressure to our north works hard to keep us that way.


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