A Bit Of The Monday Muggies; Mostly Dry For This Week


Quick Solutions 7 Day Forecast

JAMESTOWN – A calmer weather pattern has settled in across Western New York. This means sunny skies and a seasonable feel over the next several days.

The humidity will be a bit of a factor today. You will feel just a little ‘stick’ in the air as you walk out the door this afternoon, although nowhere near the oppressive tropical-like humidity levels we had last week.

There is also an Air Quality Alert in effect until 11:00 PM tonight, issued by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, for high and unhealthy levels of ozone. Those who are sensitive to outdoor pollutants should limit outdoor activity this afternoon.



Air Quality Alert issued for much of WNY until 11 PM.

A Cold front will move across the region tomorrow, which does bring with it the chance for an isolated shower early Tuesday morning. However, that rain chance is quiet low; only peaking at 20%, with the highest chances of rain north into the Buffalo metro and east to Cattaraugus County. Otherwise, just a mainly sunny sky.

Behind this front, the weather will remain dry, with the next chance of rain coming on Saturday. Some areas still do need some rainfall to make up a deficit and sadly, there’s no solution here. Even the rain on Saturday looks to be widely scattered and will not provide much help.

Check Of The Tropics: Beryl has dissipated into a remnant Low offshore the Lesser Antilles Sunday afternoon however, the National Hurricane Center is monitoring its remnants as it may have a chance of  reorganizing and coming back to life as it entires the Atlantic (if it does reorganize, it will keep the name ‘Beryl’). The NHC keeps the system at a 40% chance of development over the next 5 days.



NHC monitoring the remnants of Beryl for potential reorganization

Tropical Storm Chris formed in the Atlantic offshore the Carolina coast over the weekend. The current NHC advisory has Chris becoming at least a Category 1 Hurricane before becoming post-tropical as it heads towards Nova Scotia later in the week. Chris has no threat to US land.

11:00 AM Advisory on Tropical Storm Chris

 

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