Patchy fog will give way to partly sunny skies Tuesday. Temperatures will be on the warmer side, and look to be the warmest of the next several days. Highs will be in the upper-70s. Clouds will increase throughout the day as our next front approaches from the west. Scattered showers will be possible towards the evening commute and continue overnight. The scattered showers will taper Wednesday morning followed by partly sunny skies during the afternoon.  Rainfall amounts will average between 0.25" and 0.50", but localized higher amounts are possible. Drier weather comes back to the Twin Tiers Thursday as high pressure builds. Fair skies and cooler conditions are likely as highs only rise into the mid and upper-60s. Clouds will continue to decrease into Friday. Plenty of sunshine will end the work week, but despite the sunny skies, temperatures will only be close to 70. The upcoming weekend is looking dry as of now. As Hurricane Lee moves towards the Northeast, we could see cloud cover increase Saturday. Clouds will quickly decrease though as Lee continues North and we will be left with partly sunny skies on Sunday. Showers could return late Sunday and will likely continue into Monday. Highs will be in the low to mid-70s throughout this period.