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The stronger thunderstorms which passed through the Twin Tiers Wednesday evening are slowly shifting further east. We may still see some pop up showers through the evening, but the chances for any severe storms has diminished. Temperatures will remain warm with muggy conditions through the night. Low temperatures will only drop down to the lower 60s.
More showers and thunderstorms are expected for Thursday, but the severe threat may be just far enough to the east. On and off showers and some isolated thunderstorms are still projected by the afternoon and evening across the eastern Twin Tiers. Temperatures will not be as warm as the record setting high of 92 Wednesday. High temperatures should rise towards the mid 70s for Thursday. By Friday, conditions will be breezy and cooler as highs only make it to the lower 60s. Morning showers for Friday will slowly taper by the afternoon.
Looking at the coming Memorial Day weekend, much cooler air will be in place across the region. Mid 60s for Saturday with upper 60s for Sunday is projected. Sky conditions will remain dry. The nicest day looks to be Monday for memorial Day as temperatures will be near 70 under mostly sunny skies. The warmth, and even humidity, will return by mid next week.
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