Unsettled weather to start the week

Even though it is centered nearly 1,400 miles away, a large, powerful storm system over central Canada will be the main dictator of our weather for the next couple of days.The good news is that we are on the milder, southeastern side of this system. As some warmer air pushes in early this morning, a few showers are showing up on radar moving through western Pennsylvania into the western and central Finger Lakes.These showers are very light and fast moving, so if it does rain, it will not be heavy or last long. The rest of the day will primarily be cloudy, but some breaks of sun are likely from time to time. High temperatures will be mostly in the mid 60s.Late in the day, more rain is possible for the western Finger Lakes as a disturbance approaches from the southwest. After dark, rain will be likely across the entire region as showers overspread the area. Heavy rain is not expected, and most of the area should be dry by tomorrow morning.Another batch of rain is likely Tuesday night into Wednesday morning as we remain in the same, unsettled pattern. The Canadian low will head east and dissipate after Wednesday, resulting in quieter, but cooler weather for the end of the week.For the latest local forecast and live radar images visit the FingerLakes1.com FingerLakes1.com Local Weather Center.

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