Across Western New York tonight, skies will be variably cloudy. Evening showers and thunderstorms will give way, gradually, to some more dry and quiet time overnight. Low temperatures will be quite mild, in the 60s.

On Monday, expect a few more scattered showers as a cold front crosses the region. Temperatures will start out in the 60s, but then fall through the 50s by day's end. It will also be quite windy on Monday. Wind gusts could reach or even occasionally exceed 40 mph.

Expect more dry time and plenty of sunshine across Western New York on Tuesday. Highs will be cooler than average, only in the low-60s.

Wednesday looks to remain dry and quiet as well with similar temperatures, slightly below the seasonal average.

Unsettled weather then returns in the form of showers and even some storms on Thursday.

Drier weather will move in as we finish the work and school week. High temperatures on Friday will return to the mid-70s.

Stay tuned to Spectrum News for updates.