A storm front will pass northwest of Buffalo on Saturday, causing gusty and potentially damaging winds to sweep through the city this weekend.
Friday night, a storm from central Canada moved through the Lake Superior region, heading northwest of Buffalo.
This storm will pass near the city on Saturday, bringing wind gusts up to 60 mph during the late-morning to early-evening hours.
These winds could cause damage as they move through, brining along with them some rain showers.
Those planning on being outside on Saturday should be cautious.
Showers and windy conditions will remain into Saturday night, but noticeably more tranquil weather will take over on Sunday.
As the Northeast further dries out amid another rain-free weekend, residents may be wondering if this is a sign of things to come for July.
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6.56" of rain in 24 hours.
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1.63" of rain for a yearly total of 32.67". (Normal for an entire year is 31.50").
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