- By Brooke Zegarelli
- 11/23/2014 07:02 AM
Milder with a Few Passing Showers**FLOOD WARNING is in effect now through Monday afternoon for Wyoming and Genesee counties**
Warm and Windy Monday
*HIGH WIND WATCH in effect Monday for Monroe, Orleans, Genesee and Wyoming counties*
We will see mostly cloudy skies today with just a passing shower or two possible. It will be a bit breezy and milder with highs up around 50 degrees. A slug of rain will move in late tonight into early Monday with a warm front. It will turning windy with evening lows in the mid 40s before rising overnight. In the wake of the front, it will turn somewhat sunny and quite warm on Monday with highs between 60 to 65 degrees and strong winds possibly gusting to 60 mph at times. The warm up is very much welcomed for many of us, but for our friends southwest of Rochester and out near Buffalo, it means more cause for concern. The combined much warmer temperatures and some rain means the potential for significant flooding for these hardest hit areas into early this week. A strong cold front will then chill us down to more seasonable levels later Monday through the rest of the week with a few snow and/or mixed showers from time to time into Thanksgiving. We will have to watch the coast later Wednesday into Thanksgiving, as a storm will attempt to take shape and could provide some travel headaches for the holiday, especially off to the east. Stay tuned for updates.
Enjoy the rest of the weekend!