A Goldilocks type of Day.

July 30th, 2011 at 8:57 am by under 4 Warn Weather

Yesterday’s cold front cooled us off and made conditions far more comfortable.  We quickly cleared out and will stay clear for most of the weekend with a high pressure just to the west moving east.  Highs will be in the lower 80s with less humidity then previous days.  Tomorrow will be slightly warmer in the mid 80s as winds start to shift out of the southwest.  Look for a few more clouds in the afternoon then a chance of a few showers and storms in the Niagara Frontier for Sunday Night.

Monday we still have a chance of a few showers and storm s otherwise partly cloudy.  Tuesday will be dry but warm.  Wednesday another chance for some rain and storms but that will clear up for the end of the week.

10 Responses to “A Goldilocks type of Day.”

  1. lcs says:

    Goldilocks, Bryan? :) Would have thought you’d be thinking the teddy bear picnic song. (Maybe too young for that, also.) Perfect here, 58dewpoint, temp.; in the 80′s. Wipes out memories of Winter & Spring doldrums.

  2. Bill says:

    Beautiful day, but I’m getting to the point where I’d like a cool Canadian high day in the upper-60s, which we’ve had none of.

  3. Barrie1Ont says:

    No Canadian high day in the 60′s, Bill. Your friendly bloggers north of the border only have cold Canadian—on tap!

  4. lcs says:

    Ya know, that sounds good Barrie.

  5. Nick in Ripley says:

    Outlooks from the CPC are mentioned on here quite a bit. I can’t use the graphic products because I can’t see but can someone direct me to where I can read CPC discussions written in plain text? I know the HPC NHC and SPC issue those but does the CPC do this too?

  6. lcs says:

    Nick….don’t know what I’m doing, but try this.


  7. lcs says:

    This is my last suggestion…..Nick


    Hope this one helps.

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