BUFFALO, N.Y. — Sunday's forecast will be influence by a weak area of low pressure and associated cold front that will bring rounds of showers and a few storms throughout the day. NOAA's Storm Prediction Center has categorized WNY as having a marginal risk for severe weather today. Essentially, thunderstorms today may produce localized areas of heavy downpours and high wind gusts.
All of WNY gets some rain today. Intermittent showers and hit & miss storms can be expected.
There will be breaks in the rain Sunday, but it'll stay cloudy and temperatures will hover in the upper 60s most of the day. But with dry time in-between the intermittent showers, afternoon highs cloud climb into the low 70s again. Around half an inch to an inch of rainfall is expected on average across Western New York Sunday.
Looking ahead to next week, the first full one of August too, it's going to be predominantly sunny, dry and with comfortable warmth. Most days morning lows will be in the upper 50s or low 60s with afternoon high temperatures in the mid-upper 70s. The 80s return later in the week. After today, a great stretch of sunny and pleasant weather.