Clouds will decrease throughout Friday with few showers and thunderstorms still possible. Much of the heavier rain will have exited the region by daybreak. Still we could see some storms contain heavy rain and gusty winds. This could result in isolated flash flooding to due the recent rainfall. Temperatures will be on the warmer side with highs in the upper-70s and lower-80s. The humidity will pick up as well. Temperatures will drop into the lower-60s overnight as showers taper off. Patchy fog will develop after midnight. The weekend will start off with partly sunny skies and drier conditions, but an approaching cold front will result in showers and thunderstorms ending the day. Once again, some storms could contain gusty winds and heavy rain that could lead to localized flash flooding. Highs will be in the upper-70s followed by the mid-70s Sunday behind the front. It will be mainly dry with partly sunny skies.Fair skies continue early next week, but we could see a few showers developing Monday. The greater chance for showers will be Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures will continue to fall through the 70s and into the 60s throughout next week Drier conditions move back into the Twin Tiers Thursday.