Our stretch of cooler than normal weather will soon come to an end, but not before another night of possible frost, reports the National Weather Service.
Frost advisories will be in effect overnight in Wyoming and Steuben counties. The advisories include areas in the Southern Tier and eastern Finger Lakes regions.
Patchy frost is possible elsewhere, including Genesee, Livingston and Orleans counties, according to the Weather Service.
In Wyoming County, the frost advisory will be in effect from 2 to 8 a.m. Thursday.
A separate advisory from 2 to 8 a.m. Thursday will be in effect for Steuben counties, and other New York and Pennsylvania counties.
Temperatures are forecast to be in the low- to mid-30s will result in frost formation, especially inland from Lake Erie and in sheltered valleys.
Take steps now to protect tender plants from the cold. Frost could kill sensitive outdoor vegetation if left uncovered, the Weather Service said.
Patchy frost is possible for Niagara, Orleans, Monroe, northern Erie, Genesee, Livingston and Ontario counties.
Temperatures will gradually moderate into the mid and upper 60s for most areas by the latter portion of the week. The warming trend will be accompanied by mainly dry weather through the weekend, the Weather Service said.
Weak upper wave swings through Friday with a low risk for a few afternoon showers well inland from the lakes. Temperatures continuing an upward trend with most highs in the 60s. Some showers are possible on Saturday, but the expectation is that Saturday will be dry, the Weather Service said.