The low clouds and fog will lift around mid morning and give way to a partly to mostly cloudy sky. The day starts off with temperatures in the mid and upper 50s to near 60 degrees. There is a slight chance of a shower or two this afternoon but the heavier and more widespread shower activity arrives tonight ahead of an approaching cold front. High temperatures this afternoon climb to the low 70s and winds gradually ramp up and become feisty from the south at 12 to 25 mph this afternoon.
Tonight, the cold front, now cutting through the eastern Great Lakes, will be in New York State. Numerous showers develop, with a slight chance of a thunderstorm rattling the neighborhood, will be with us throughout the overnight. There is a chance that some of the showers could bring locally heavy downpours to some areas. Patchy fog redevelops as well. Temperatures stay mild as lows only fall to the low and mid 60s. Southerly winds may gust to near 30 mph for a time early, then diminish overnight.
The cold front is expected to cross through here by mid day on Sunday. Showers and a chance of a thunderstorm in the morning, again some showers may bring locally heavy rain at times, tapering off to just a few showers early to mid afternoon. As the front moves offshore by late in the day we may get a few glimpses of sun before it sets in the evening. Winds turn to the west in the afternoon at about 5 to 10 mph. Slightly cooler, highs in the upper 60s to low 70s.
Skies clear out Sunday night and another very cool and refreshing air mass follows the frontal passage. Temperatures will fall into the 40s with a northwest wind blowing at 5 to 10 mph.
Next week will be very similar to this past week. High pressure expands eastward and becomes the dominating feature for a good portion of the week. Much cooler to begin, then a moderating trend later in the week. For the shorter term Monday and Tuesday are shaping up to be mostly sunny, with mainly clear skies overnight. Highs only in the low to mid 60s, overnight lows in the 40s. That is 5 to 10 degrees below seasonal averages.