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A nicer day across the Southern Tier Monday. Although clouds will increase through the day, there will be less wind and it will be warmer. Showers hold off until this evening.

Here are the weather headlines:

• Not as cool Monday with highs in the mid-50s, mostly dry, too.
• System dropping out of the Great Lakes will bring a few showers by Monday evening.
• Same system stalls off New England coast later Monday night
• A cool and wet pattern for us through the rest of the work week.
• Pattern breaks down in time for the upcoming weekend (thankfully!)

Much of Monday will be precipitation free for the Southern Tier and Northeast Pennsylvania. Temperatures will be a bit warmer with highs in the mid-50s.

A weak storm system tracking southeast across the Great Lakes will bring changes to our weather starting later in the day. First, we will see an increase in clouds then toward sunset we’ll start to see some showers.

While this system is moving steadily today, it will slow down as it reaches the East Coast as jet stream winds aloft slow down. Low pressure system down at the ground will begin to strengthen at this point, turning into an early season Nor’easter. It doesn’t look like there will be any snow from this system (the lower atmosphere is a bit too warm) but we do expect a prolonged period of cloudy, cool and wet weather.

The weather pattern won’t break down until the very end of the week. When that happens, systems will finally be on the move. Low pressure will be ‘kicked out’ into the Atlantic Ocean and high pressure starts to build in. We expect drier weather over the weekend with more in the way of sunshine.

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