BUFFALO, N.Y. — After three weekdays of cloudy, dreary and damp conditions, sunshine is the theme heading into the weekend.
It'll be a cool and cloudy evening with temperatures falling from the mid 50s to mid-upper 40s by Thursday morning. Thursday looks to be a cool day with mainly sunny conditions after some cloud cover early in the morning. Temperatures will only reach the mid-upper 50s in the afternoon.
Thursday night into Friday will will be another chilly one with temperatures falling into the low 40s for most of Western New York, but mid-upper 30s for the Southern Tier. This could lead to some patchy frost for the Southern Tier for Friday morning.
Friday will be an all bright and sunny day as a strong surface high pressure system sinks in over the region. It'll be a little warmer too with high temperatures near 60 degrees in the afternoon. Some thin, high level louds from the remnants of hurricane Ian could spin up into the region, but that's about it in terms of Ian impacts in Buffalo. The weekend is looking nice with sun and high clouds with temperatures in the mid-upper 60s both days.
But of any of Bills Mafia planning on going to Baltimore this weekend for the Bills game, rain gear will be needed as showers and storms from what will be the remnants of Ian are expected both days. There cold even be some travel delays or impacts from the system beforehand too. As for the game itself, looks to be cloudy and cool with temperatures in the low 50s Sunday afternoon with the occasional shower.