When the week seems uneventful, work, school not much to look forward to...what is your "go-to"?  The weather. Let's see what the weather looks like.  It's Spring, we've been indoors way too long, let's toss the jacket and do some outdoor stuff.

Well, this may not be the perfect week to drag out the patio furniture...

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WIVB-TV Meteorologists are calling for mainly dry weather today (Tuesday) with more clouds than sunshine,and the chance of a shower late in the day north of Buffalo. As a warm front moves in, noticeably warmer temperatures become the rule south of Buffalo, with the 70s well south near the Pennsylvania border, while readings build into the mid-60s near Buffalo, and close to 60 along Lake Ontario.

By midweek the weather turns unsettled.  Showers Wednesday, not an all-day rain but the chance of a spring thundershower.  Steadier rain arrives Thursday afternoon and a noticeable temperature dip on the way late week with some spots struggling to hit 50 on Friday. Cooler weather returns for the weekend. Readings generally in the 50s with a mix of clouds and Sun both Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures will be seasonable to start May next week.

TODAY: Cloud Sun Mix, Slight Chance of a Shower late north of Buffalo, Milder, High: near 60 Lake Ontario, 65 Buffalo, 70-75 well south of the area.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Warm, Scattered Showers Develop, a Thunderstorm with a locally heavy downpour possible, High: 70

THURSDAY: Rain Increases, High: 64

FRIDAY: A Cold Wind, Odd Breaks in the Clouds, a spotty Rain Shower, High: 52,

SATURDAY: Brisk Wind Diminishes PM, Clouds Give way to Sun, High: 54

SUNDAY: Mostly Sunny, More comfortable, High: 61

And for purposes of comparison here are last year's average monthly temperatures for Buffalo from the National Weather Service:

SEASONJANFEBMARAPRMAYJUNJULAUGSEPOCTNOVDECANNUAL
202033.029.441.343.456.067.177.673.564.451.846.533.551.5

 

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