Lows tonight will be in the middle 40s.
Most of Monday should feature some partial clearing. You can also track the rain using Interactive Radar. A lakeshore flood warning is also in effect from 8 a.m.to 8 p.m.as the high winds create severe waves along the Lake Ontario shoreline. Smaller creeks and streams along with poor drainage areas and low-lying areas will be the most prone to flooding. Get the flash light ready and make sure you set up a backup alarm if you're an early riser. "1-3" of rain is possible in a short period of time, and that could lead to flash flooding. A high wind warning was in effect from 6 p.m. Sunday to 6 a.m. Monday. The deepening low and a departing high over the Canadian Maritimes will produce a funneling effect directed right at the ME coastline. This tight pressure gradient will allow our winds to really pick up.
Wind gusts are expected to be 20 mph to 35 mph, reaching as high as 50 mph, according to the advisory.
The rain will taper off to scattered showers midday Monday, ending in the afternoon from south to north. Power outages are possible, as is some property damage. At least a fair amount of sunshine is expected certainly by the afternoon.
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"Wind will be gusty Monday, but not at the level of tonight".
But for Halloween on Tuesday, the city is slated to be drier and brighter, with daytime temperatures in the upper 50s.
The wind component of this storm system appears it will cause the most issues. You'll certainly want to bundle up those ghouls and goblins a bit.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, increasing clouds late.