Partly cloudy Sunday night. Increasing clouds Monday, with periods of rain and thunderstorms late Monday, Monday night and Tuesday, as a slow-moving cold front passes over us, which will be followed by much cooler temperatures later next week. Sunrise: 7:29 am. Sunset: 6:16 pm.
Seasonal forecast: After a few days of early autumn warmth, our general pattern looks likely to be quite cool and with frequent storms for the rest of the Autumn season.
Keuka Lake from Sunny Point
Photo by Philip Mann
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Increasing Clouds / Late Showers
Monday Night & Tuesday:
Periods of Rain & Thunderstorms
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