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FIRST WARNING FORECAST

July 26, 2016 06:15 PM

Skies will clear out as we get into the overnight hours.  It'll be mild and quiet with lows in the upper 50s and low 60s.

Plenty of sunshine for your Wednesday.  You'll notice a little more humidity but it won't be too bad; high temperatures will be near 90°.

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From there, all eyes are on a weak cold front that will be on the move from Canada.  It will swing through late in the day on Thursday and with it will be a few scattered showers.  Thursday will still be a warm day with highs in the middle and upper 80s.

That front will push on to the south but the question remains how far south it will indeed push.  As it stalls out, a few ripples of low pressure will ride along it, bringing rain and showers to its vicinity.  As of now, it looks as though it will push completely out of our area, or at least stall in the southern parts of it.  That would mean a dry day for Friday and Saturday with highs in the upper 80s both days.

We'll keep you posted on that forecast of course.

Have a great Wednesday-

Jason Gough


WNYT-TV

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