Great weather in store as above-average temperatures move in

BREAKING: Sun, rising temperatures and below normal precipitation have moved into Allegany County and the region, with the same forecast continuing for much of the remainder of the month or more.

The National Weather Service (NWS) at Buffalo is predicting sunny or mostly sunny skies through Thursday, as shown in the top graphic, with the NWS Climate Prediction Center (CPC) forecasting above average temperatures and lesser rain than normal through the middle of next week and beyond.

Temperatures are anticipated to reach around 80 in Central Allegany County on Thursday and Friday, with it being mostly sunny but still with a chance of showers over the weekend.

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