Clouds will break for sunshine by Saturday afternoon.
A batch of high heat and humidity will blow into Rochester and WNY on strong West-Southwest wind today and Wednesday. High will reach the low to perhaps mid 90s! Do what you can to stay cool!
Near record cold to start today with lows in the low 40s, but tons of September sun and a light southwest breeze will help warm readings to around 70 this aft
Clouds will control the sky to start today, but the sun will return during the afternoon, as drier punches in with high pressure. Highs will only reach the low to mid 60s with a cool breeze!
Today looks great with sun fading behind more clouds later this afternoon, but it should stay dry for most through sunset. A very cool air mass will be with us tomorrow!
Much cooler air with much lower humidity continues to blow in behind the cold front that brought strong storms to WNY on Monday. Highs will only make the low 70s, but should feel good.
Breezy, warm and muggy with a few scattered showers and storms thanks to a cold front due to blow through this afternoon. Much cooler air blows in tonight into Tuesday.
A lot of moisture hanging around will keep the summery humid feel, but Sunday will feature more "mainly dry" weather.
The last unofficial weekend of summer will be feeling quite summery, with temperatures in the 80s, a humid feel and some storms at times.
Sunshine will give way to more clouds this afternoon, but it should stay dry for most with just a slight risk for a shower/storm this afternoon and evening. Highs will make the mid 80s with quite a bit of humidity around.
The wettest month this summer of 2013 June, July & August was...
How much above or below average are we in rainfall here in Rochester since June 1st?
Some sun will develop today and shine from time to time right through the start of the holiday weekend.
When was the last time Rochester had a month that was drier than average?
The front stalled over us on Monday has been pushed to the south and will basically stay there & slowly fizzle out by Thursday/Friday. This will ensure us of much better weather compared to what we dealt with on Monday through at least Saturday.
Higher humidity keeps temperatures warmer at night. Does this sound like an accurate statement?
A front will hang around the area into tonight, which will make for an unsettled start to this week after a great weekend. Highs today will sneak into the low 80s.
High pressure remains in control of our weather on Sunday, meaning another great day!
Superb weather on the way for the weekend.