Stormy weather is coming to the Finger Lakes on Tuesday.
While it won’t be a continual rain, or even frequent thunderstorm activity — there will be some points throughout the day that get soggy.
According to forecasters there will be two primary opportunities for rain and thunder throughout the region.
The first will come early this morning. By mid-morning that line of showers and thunderstorms will have passed — and the second will be entering the radar picture. That one could bring a heavier, soggier period of time into the picture. That should pass by mid-afternoon; and at that point — things will really shape up.
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Temperatures will hang in the upper-60s to around 70 degrees. After the showers pull out — it will give way to breaks of sun by late-afternoon.
The greatest risk for strong or severe thunderstorms will be during the mid-afternoon hours in the Finger Lakes — and then late-afternoon in Central New York. A vast majority of the region will not see any strong or severe thunderstorms.
Beginning Wednesday, temperatures will rise and remain quiet for the rest of the week.
Check out the latest forecast information from the FingerLakes1.com Weather Center.