BUFFALO, N.Y. — A brief period of steady rain is possible Saturday morning, but that will taper to scattered showers by the afternoon. Temperatures on Saturday could be quite wide-ranging. Highs could be stuck in the low 50s in the Niagara Frontier, while the interior Southern Tier reaches closer to 70.
Easter Sunday will be a little cooler for all with stubborn clouds, but only a few showers. Keep the umbrella with you as showers could pop up just about any time.
Conditions improve Monday with partly sunny skies and highs in the mid-60s. We could run into a shower or two late in the afternoon to evening, but the annual Dyngus Day parade should be safe from any significant wet weather.
The rest of next week is tough to call with any real certainty. A series of weak storm systems will move through with chances for rain showers. No day next week is a ash-out and temperatures should stay near to just above average for the period.