After a sunny and dry day today, we're looking ahead to more rain in the forecast for Thursday. A system will move in early tomorrow morning, however, cool temperatures will remove the threat for thunderstorms so we'll just see rain through the day.
Showers will likely be the most widespread through the morning and early afternoon, then beginning to become more scattered through the evening. A few lingering showers will stick around through Friday morning, but we should be able to clear things out and see some sunshine by Friday afternoon.
Since rain will be consistent throughout the day, we should see rain totals between a half-inch and an inch, however, I wouldn't be surprised if some isolated areas measured up to an inch and a half.
Even though we've seen a lot of rain recently, we still have 1.63" to make up by the end of May (plus RST stayed dry yesterday, even though the north side of Rochester received a half-inch of rain)!
Temperatures will be chilly tomorrow, high temps topping out only in the low 50s! We'll slowly warm things up (and dry out) through the weekend, making for a comfortable and sunny Memorial weekend. The holiday is looking mainly dry with high temperatures back near 70-degrees.