WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - Calmer weather is on tap for the overnight hours as Canadian high pressure builds into the Great Lakes. Clear skies and light winds tonight will allow temperatures to bottom out in the middle to upper 40′s area wide. Wednesday will feature sunshine and light winds, with highs reaching the 70′s.
The next bout of rain arrives on Thursday as two storm systems approach the region, one from the west and another riding up the Atlantic seaboard. It appears like the work week will end cool and soggy, with the weekend featuring more clouds than sun and the risk of showers.