BUFFALO, N.Y. — After a rainy Saturday, Sunday will be mainly dry with only a few isolated showers.
Sunday will be drier with just a slight chance for isolated showers for the second half of the day with high temperatures around 80. This spotty rain chance will continue Monday and seasonal temperatures will stick around through Tuesday. This means morning lows in the low-mid 60s and afternoon highs in the low 80s.
Temperatures begin to warm up again Wednesday as the next low pressure system begins to move into the Great Lakes region. It'll bring a sweeping cold front Thursday, allowing for scattered storms through the day. And though this is a "cold" front, there's nothing cold about it. This front won't have a big influenced on temperatures after it moves though this time. So much so that temperatures could be back near 90 degrees by Saturday and staying hot through the weekend.