→ Drying Out Tonight
→ Warm With More Sunshine On Tuesday
→ Cooler for the Second Half of the Week
The rain, and even rumbles of thunder, at times on Labor Day will continue to distance itself with much drier weather on tap for tonight.
The only exception may be for parts of the North Country that could see a spotty shower or two after sunset. It’s a slim rain chance, and any showers that do pop up will only bring trace rainfall amounts.
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Otherwise, a mostly cloudy sky is on tap for much of the region, with the potential for some areas of fog to develop in the North Country and in the valleys of the Southern Tier.
- Central New York: 50s/~60°
- Northern New York: 49 - 55
- Southern Tier: 52 - 57
While sunshine will be limited at times for Tuesday morning, more breaks in the cloud cover are expected for the afternoon. Overall, Tuesday will see a mostly sunny to partly cloudy sky overhead as temperatures warm up nicely from north to south.
However, it may feel slightly humid outside on Tuesday, especially for Central New York and the Southern Tier, as dew point temperatures hover in the low 60s.
- Central New York: 73 - 78
- Northern New York: 70 - 76
- Southern Tier: 72 - 77
Any sense of humid air gets scoured out as Wednesday progresses due to our next cold front. That will lead in some showers and storms starting overnight Tuesday into Wednesday morning.
The best bet for hearing some rumbles of thunder will be during the morning for Northern and Central New York, with some lingering showers for those areas heading into Wednesday afternoon.
The front will take a little bit longer to cross into the Southern Tier, so showers and storms will be possible there from midmorning into the afternoon.
As of right now, temperatures are still expected to crack into the 70s for most on Wednesday. Behind that frontal passage for Thursday is when we all feel the cooler temperatures. Most don’t even break out of the 60s for high temperatures on Thursday, even with a mostly sunny sky overhead for most.
If you’re curious as to what impacts Hurricane Dorian could pose on our weather here locally, it won’t be much.
The current track still puts Hurricane Dorian hugging the east coast through the next few days. The cloud shield from this storm may reach as far as the Southern Tier and areas to the east of Syracuse late Thursday into Friday, but it won’t bring any rain to this part of New York.
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