High pressure briefly builds in from the west during the afternoon and any remaining lake effect showers will move across the Tug Hill and weaken. There should be a fairly healthy west-southwest breeze through the day today; making afternoon highs in the mid 50s feel a bit cool in spite of any sunshine.
The pace of weather systems in this part of the country is fairly quick so, as a result, another cold front is forecast to move through the region late Thursday night and/or early Friday morning. Another period of rain is likely with that frontal passage, and an even shorter window of opportunity for some lake effect rain showers once the front moves through. High pressure is forecast to move in fairly quickly behind the front Friday afternoon which will make for a pretty unfavorable set up for lake effect precipitation (drier, sinking air)
This area of high pressure will settle right over central New York Friday night. If your garden managed to escape frost earlier this week, it’s unlikely the same will occur Saturday morning as a widespread killing frost or freeze is a good bet. Strong southwest winds will bring much warmer air as well as the threat for showers Sunday.