It will be warm, but the forecast is going to get active this afternoon – as all that warm air pushes into the Finger Lakes.
Needless to say, it will feel like late-spring or early-summer. High temperatures are expected to push into the mid-70s, with a few locations even edging a little higher.
By early- to mid-afternoon showers and some thunderstorms will start working through the area. It won’t be a washout – but off-and-on rainfall is definitely expected. And while a rumble of thunder shouldn’t be ruled out – it isn’t expected that those storms become strong or severe.
— NWS Buffalo (@NWSBUFFALO) April 23, 2019
By tomorrow significantly cooler weather will be arriving in the region. Daytime high temps will struggle to break through the mid- to upper-50s. While it will still be seasonable – it will be some-20 degrees cooler than today’s high temps.
— NWS Binghamton (@NWSBinghamton) April 23, 2019