Weather Forecast: Evening Showers Move East, Some Fog Tonight

Detailed forecast for Rochester, the Lakeshore & Finger Lakes






**Areal Flood Warning for Irondequoit Creek in eastern Monroe County through 1:45PM Wednesday**


The area of low pressure that produced the heavy rain on Tuesday shifts east, allowing the rain to go with it, and dry air to move in from the west. The sky will become mainly clear tonight, but the abundance of moisture from the rain, combined with that clear sky will allow some areas of fog to develop overnight. Once that fog dissipates on Wednesday, we should see a mostly sunny sky returning, but a few midday showers will also return along a lake breeze boundary. They will be short-lived, and overall Wednesday is looking nice with temperatures back into the mid and upper 80s, but also high humidity. So, it'll be feeling very summer-like tomorrow. Our next disturbance moves in on Thursday, bringing a few more showers or storms to the area late and into the first part of Friday before clearing again. The humidity will remain high through the week before easing a bit this weekend. Speaking of which, at this point the weekend is still looking quite nice with mainly dry weather and a partly to mostly sunny sky, along with seasonably warm air.


TONIGHT: Any showers move east. A clearing sky with some fog developing.

LOW: 67

WIND: Light


WEDNESDAY: Early fog dissipates, giving way to a mostly sunny sky. Warm and humid with a few isolated midday showers.

HIGH: 88

WIND: SE/SW 5-15 mph


THURSDAY: Rain and some thunderstorms developing later.

LOW: 68

HIGH: 85

WIND: SW 10-15 mph


FRIDAY: Rain early, tapering.

LOW: 70

HIGH: 82

WIND: SW/W 10-15 mph

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