**FROST ADVISORIES IN EFFECT FOR THE COUNTIES OF MONROE, WAYNE, ORLEANS, LIVINGSTON, ONTARIO, YATES, WYOMING AND GENESEE UNTIL SATURDAY AT 8 AM**
One of the first Fall milestones is now on our doorstep. The season’s first Frost Advisories are now in effect for the entire area overnight (and there will likely be more needed into the weekend). By the way, it’s still technically Summer.
Our weekend will be dry and a bit chilly for this time of year. We’ll have highs on both days struggle to reach 60, but bright beautiful sunshine will dominate with high pressure keeping things quiet here in western NY. Another chilly night awaits Saturday into Sunday, and one more time into Monday morning with temperatures in the mid to upper 30s. It’s possible that some spots get even colder than that, which is why the concern for frost will exist all through Monday morning. Get those blankets out! You’ll definitely want them for the time being.
Lovers of the warmth have not to worry because we’ll see day to day warming into next week, so this isn’t an “all clear” from hints of leftover late Summer. Just another sign that those days are waning as October approaches.
Our next rain chances won’t arrive until later next week, and although they will be slim, we’ll have chances for a few late showers come Thursday.
-WROC Weather Team