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It will be a warm and more humid day across the Southern Tier on Wednesday. We are at risk for a few showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon.

Here are the weather headlines for the mid week:

• More clouds will be around Wednesday, but it’s still warm.
• A more humid mid week with increasing chances for showers and storms.
• Best chances for wet weather will be Thursday.
• High pressure building southwest from New England will dry us out for much of the weekend.

After a couple of dry, comfortable days, moisture is returning to the Southern Tier as low pressure continues to track east through the Great Lakes. What that will mean for you is a cloudy start to Wednesday. We do expect some sun to break out at time midday Wednesday.

What about rain chances Wednesday? Honestly, we expect much of the day to be dry. The best chance of showers will be later Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday evening. Despite the clouds, temperatures will still get a chance to warm into the low 80s. If we end up with a bit more sun, temperatures could warm to near 85.

Our chances for rain will peak on Thursday. There will still be plenty of moisture over us and an approaching front will be the trigger for showers and thunderstorms at any point in the day.

After Thursday an unusual movement of weather systems could set us up nicely for the weekend. First, an area of low pressure, instead of moving east, will drop south into the Mid Atlantic states. While this happens, high pressure up over New England will start to build back to the southwest. The gloomy weather will slowly clear over us heading into the weekend. This should lead to some pretty nice weather in the big picture through the weekend.

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