The weather will greatly improve – closing out the first full work week of June, as temperatures climb into the 70s on both days.
It will be a welcomed change after the colder-than-normal temperatures the region experienced during the first half of the week.
According to FLX Weather Meteorologist Drew Montreuil says temperatures will climb into the low-70s for most on Thursday, with temperatures pushing into the mid-70s on Friday.
Much milder today than it was yesterday! Here's your hour by hour planner. Temperatures this afternoon will be back into the middle 70s with the aid of a partly sunny sky. #ROC pic.twitter.com/UwW5ySHZUb
— Josh Nichols (@wnywxguy) June 7, 2018
Rain chances will be slim these two days, but a chance for some wetter weather arrives in the Finger Lakes on Saturday.
It shouldn’t be a washout, but there is a good likelihood that wet weather will make an appearance for the first half of Saturday. The heaviest rain should setup in the Southern Tier – but those in the Finger Lakes will likely see showers in the morning to start.
Later in the day things will clear up and Sunday should setup to be a nice, late-spring day – as temperatures climb into the 70s again with a lot of sun.
Read more from FLXWeather.com or check out the full-forecast at the FingerLakes1.com Weather Center.