A weak bubble of high pressure is keeping showers and thunderstorms away from central New York, but it isn’t helping much with the humidity. Moisture is still abundant in the atmosphere, but clouds are thinning out from north to south. Everyone should see a bit of sunshine peeking through this afternoon, although with all of the moisture a pop up shower or two can’t be ruled out.
Fog is an issue again tonight, especially for those who are south of Route 20. Skies will be partly cloudy, and winds are expected to shift from northeast to south. While there won’t be much of a breeze, temperatures aren’t forecast to drop that much. Most of us should be in the upper 50s towards 60 tonight.
Thursday should remain dry before the chance for thunderstorms returns on Friday. From there the weather heading into the Memorial Day weekend looks good. It will be warm and a bit humid. There is a chance of a thunderstorm each day of the weekend, but many places should remain dry. Early indications suggest that the greatest risk for thunderstorms will be on Sunday. The warmest day looks to be Memorial Day when temperatures will make a run at 90 degrees!