Partly to mostly sunny skies Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with just the outside chance of a shower. Tropical moisture will pass well east of us the middle of this coming week. We'll be dry most of the time. Sunny skies as high pressure builds late this coming week, withh the nice weather continuing into next weekend. Temperatures will be above normal for the next several days. Sunrise: 6:50. Sunset: 7:16.
Seasonal forecast: After a few days of late summer and early autumn warmth, our general pattern looks likely to continue to be cool and frequent storms for the rest of the Autumn season.
Keuka Lake from Sunny Point
Photo by Philip Mann
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According to the National Weather Service, a severe thunderstorm watch means that the potential exists for the development of thunderstorms which may produce large hail or damaging winds. When a watch is issued, you should go about your normal activities, but keep an eye to the sky and an ear to the National Weather Service's weather radio or local radio and television stations for further updates and possible warnings.
A severe thunderstorm warning, on the other hand, means that a severe thunderstorm is occurring or is imminent based on doppler radar information. You should move indoors to a place of safety. Schools should think about delaying departure of buses, and should take quick action to delay outdoor sports activities, etc.
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Saturday, Sunday & Monday
Mostly Sunny & Warm
Slight Chance of a Shower / Storm
Tuesday & Wednesday
Not as Warm / Chance of a Shower