The main event of today’s rain and wind has long since passed, and now we’re watching the cold front drift across the area. Only a few showers are associated with the front, and they should taper off as the night progresses.
Much cooler air will filter in behind the storm system setting the stage for a much cooler Sunday and Monday. With that cooler air coming over Lake Ontario (temperatures still in the 70s) the end result will be lake effect rain showers. Additionally, should the high temperature fail to hit 70, it would mark the first time that has happened in three months!!
However, the cooler air at the end of the weekend and early next week is just a taste of fall. The center of the cooler air mass is an area of high pressure that will settle over us Tuesday then slowly shift to our east come midweek. This air mass will modify and warm due to plenty of sunshine then clockwise winds on the backside of the high will warm us further. We could be back close to 80 by that time.