Patchy fog will start off Tuesday after soggy conditions Monday. Travel plans could be impacted due to flooded roadways as well as the foggy weather this morning, so it is best to add a couple extra minutes as you make your way out the door. Fog should burn off as the sun rises, leaving behind a mix of sun and clouds. Clouds decrease Tuesday and temperatures will increase into the mid to upper-70s. A few showers cannot be ruled out during the day, the greater chance for showers will be overnight as a cold front moves through. There is the possibility heavy rain could lead to minor flooding in poor drainage areas. Especially in areas that saw significant rainfall yesterday. Low temperatures will fall into the lower-60s. A couple of showers cannot be ruled out Wednesday with highs cooler behind the front in the low to mid-70s. High pressure will rebuild for the second half of the week. Sunnier skies and drier weather moves back into the Twin Tiers for Thursday and Friday. Temperatures will dip into the lower-70s Thursday, but a warming trend begins Friday as highs rise into the upper-70s. The warming pattern continues through the weekend as temperatures climb through the 80s under fair skies. By Labor Day, we could see the potential for some to break the 90-degree mark. Best to keep water handy and the sunscreen in hand, because Summer is looking to end on a hot note!