Autumn moving east towards the FLX

A strong storm system over the middle of the nation will being its march east today, spreading some of the coldest air of the season thus far across a large part of the nation in its wake.Showers and thunderstorms last night over the Midwest will move into the Ohio Valley today and undergo some redevelopment. However, some of the leftovers front last night will make it into our region this evening, mostly after dark. As the storm system tracks northeast into Canada though, the heaviest rain should stay well to our northwest.Showers will remain possible overnight and into Thursday morning. Around midday, the cold front will come through. Temperatures that were in the 70s Thursday morning will drop back into the 60s for the afternoon. Cool air will spill into the region, keeping temperatures in the low 60s for Friday and Saturday. Along with the cool weather, another storm system will move through on Saturday, keeping us wet as well.Sunday looks even chillier, with highs possibly stuck in the 50s with some very cold temperatures Monday morning (but not cold enough for frost). Enjoy the 70s today and tomorrow morning– they may be the last we see for a while.For the latest local forecast, conditions, and live radar images visit the FingerLakes1.com Local Weather Center.

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