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It will be a damp day Monday across the Southern Tier. The rain could fall heavily at times during the morning and there could even be some thunder. Rain will begin to ease later in the day.

It will be a damp day Monday across the Southern Tier. The rain could fall heavily at times during the morning and there could even be some thunder. Rain will begin to ease later in the day.

Here are the weather headlines for the start of the new work week:

• A damp day Monday
• Rain could fall hard at times this morning then rain eases a bit this afternoon
• Clouds and rain will keep temperatures in the 60s Monday
• Sunshine and drier air moves in for Tuesday
• Unsettled after Tuesday for the rest of the week

A deep area of low pressure down at the ground (by late July standards) will track just north of the Southern Tier on Monday. This will bring widespread rain to the area during the day. With the additional help from a stronger jet stream disturbance passing through this morning, some of the rain early in the day will fall heavily.

Not only will this low bring rain Monday, but the heavy cloud cover will mean temperatures about 10-15° below normal for the end of July. It’s possible that temperatures might only hold in the 60s.

As the low pulls away towards the northeast later Monday, the rain will wind down.

It looks like a break from rain on Tuesday as some drier air moves into New York state. Even with some sun, temperatures will remain cool.

For the rest of the week our weather will be dominated by a trough of low pressure in the upper atmosphere over the Northeast and Great Lakes. This will lead to daily chances for showers and thunderstorms from Wednesday right through the weekend. It won’t, however, rain all of the time.

Temperatures will return close to normal towards the end of the week, with highs in the upper 70s to near 80.

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