Last night’s thunderstorms are history; and even after a brief tornado warning was issued in the Southern Tier – things are setting up to be quiet in the Finger Lakes.
There is just one more line of showers and thunderstorms that the region will have to navigate.
— NWS Binghamton (@NWSBinghamton) September 26, 2018
— Stacey Pensgen (@WHEC_SPensgen) September 26, 2018
Overnight, storms rolled through the region – bringing plenty of thunder and lightning.
Now though, behind that line of storms – temperatures and humidity will moderate – allowing for a cool, comfortable night to ensue.
Tonight will feature a low of about 49 degrees as skies clear out. On Thursday, temperatures will climb to about 64 with partly cloudy skies.
— Mark McLean (@Wxandgardenguy) September 26, 2018
The cold front has just about made it through the GTA at this hour (Toronto). Much cooler air lives behind it and is headed our way by late this afternoon and this evening, Rochester! #ROC #WX pic.twitter.com/2aHTKWuN6H
— Josh Nichols (@wnywxguy) September 26, 2018
More from the incredible lightning over Rochester last night @whec_rcaniglia @wnywxguy @spensgen @News_8 @spann @JeremyKappell @news10nbc @JimCantore @wunderground @weatherchannel @Wxandgardenguy @SPECNewsROC @VisitRochester #LakeOntario @rochester pic.twitter.com/FYUYLJjUVq
— James Montanus (@JamesMontanus) September 26, 2018