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Not as warm today across the Southern Tier and Northeast Pennsylvania. We are at risk for a few showers and thunderstorms this afternoon as a cold front moves through.

Here are the weather headlines for the middle and end of the work week:

• A cold front brings a few showers through the area early Wednesday.
• Lower humidity builds in along with cooler weather Wednesday afternoon and Thursday.
• Warmth and humidity returns for Labor Day Weekend.

A cold front is approaching the Greater Binghamton area the west. It is the leading edge of cooler and drier air which will build in over us Wednesday afternoon.

Wednesday afternoon, the front will push to our south. Winds will change direction and come at us from the northwest. This will allow somewhat cooler and less humid air to build in over us Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night.

Thursday will be a cool day. The cool air aloft will make it pretty easy to form quite a bit of cumulus clouds, especially during the morning. Although we have a dry forecast for Thursday, don’t be surprised if there are a few sprinkles early in the day. The day will have all of the feel of an early September day.

Friday will be a day of change. We’ll wake up to some sunshine, but as we go through the day, clouds will increase. Those clouds will be in advance of another run of heat and humidity…and thunderstorms as we go through the weekend.

The chances for rain this weekend are pretty good, but the showers and storms will be pretty scattered. We should see the sun out in between showers and storms, especially Sunday and Monday.

The humidity should climb quite a bit this weekend. The individual showers and storms may produce some locally heavy downpours. Temperatures will also be up and should average above normal for the weekend into the first few days of September.

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