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Final day of summer heat: Temperature outlook will fast-forward to early-November

Feeling like summer along Keuka Lake. Photo by Brooke Gordon.

One more day of summer-like heat.

Wednesday will be much like Tuesday – as temperatures soar through the 80s and end up around 85 degrees for much of the region. South winds will pick up, bringing hot, humid weather to the region, but it will likely be the last day the region sees of this weather until next year.

FLX Weather Meteorologist Drew Montreuil says a ‘new regime’ of a weather pattern will be incoming, and Thursday will bring the first noticeable changes. By next week, high temperatures will struggle to break through the 50s.

Rain and thunder will dominate the forecast on Thursday – as temperatures hold in the mid-70s.

Montreuil says Friday will feel ‘completely different’. “After morning lows well into the 40s, afternoon highs will struggle into the low 50s. That type of weather will stick around for the weekend and next week, possibly lingering even longer,” he said in an update Wednesday morning.


Read more of his update, including the latest on Hurricane Michael here


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