First alarm weather: No consistency in western New York

Another slow-moving front will move across the Rochester area over the next 24 hours.

This means we will see more changeable weather in the short term, with showers returning on Tuesday afternoon. Because it is a slow-moving front, it will likely be the focal point for further rain. There is a chance of some rainfall. Currently, there is data to suggest there is no risk of flooding, but News 10NBC First Alert meteorologists will continue to monitor for any changes.

Currently, the News 10NBC First Alert Threat Tracker will remain green for the remainder of the week.

Look for lingering showers Monday evening, ending with mostly cloudy skies. Mid-May will be mild, with low temperatures in the upper 50s.

It should be a dry start to your Tuesday morning. The showers will occur shortly after midday and there may be continuous rain at times. There is a chance that there will be some thunder. Before the rain arrives, temperatures will rise to the low to mid 70s before falling.

Showers will taper off Tuesday evening, with lows around 53 degrees.

Unfortunately there will be further light showers on Wednesday morning. It gets cooler when temperatures are in the low to mid 60s.

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