A strong cold front is pushing through the Finger Lakes – bringing a change in seasons with it.
The heat and humidity that has made headlines, and complicated back to school activities over the last three days is over. While the air will still have a slightly muggy feel to it on Thursday – it will be a far cry from what the region felt on Wednesday.
Yes, I know, it's still muggy. The dew point is still at 70°. Note that Toronto's dew point is down to 64°, so drier air IS on the way. We'll just have to wait til much later today for it to feel nicer. #ROC pic.twitter.com/LZKO6EfXTx
— Josh Nichols (@wnywxguy) September 6, 2018
Temperatures will fall back into the 70s, and 60s over the next several days, which will setup for an interesting weekend forecast.
There’s a chance for rain at the end of the weekend, but in the meantime, temperatures will steady – creating a great opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy it.
Relief is on the way as a cold front pushes through the #FLX & high pressure moves in. This high is important- it will dictate how quickly the remains of #TropicalStormGordon move & where #HurricaneFlorence goes.
→ https://t.co/REq7JouYjq#FingerLakes #Twithaca #ROC #CNY #NYwx
— Finger Lakes Weather (@FLX_Weather) September 6, 2018
Showers & #thunderstorms possible along & ahead of a cold front today. A few storms may become strong/severe with the main threats being strong winds & heavy rain. Threat for #FlashFlooding is greatest along & south of #TwinTiers. #NYwx #PAwx pic.twitter.com/pUTWCvZECM
— NWS Binghamton (@NWSBinghamton) September 6, 2018