Last week about as perfect as the weather could have possibly gone. Western New York saw plenty of sunshine and warm weather, which lasted the duration of the week.

This week has been a bit of a different story.

Monday was a lot of rain and cooling temperatures. Tuesday's highs only reached the high 50's and it won't get as warm as it was last week until this upcoming Friday, when temperatures return to the 80's.

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However, we have to get by the next few days, which will feature temps that barely crack 60 degrees, and tonight will be a very cold night for the third week of May.

The National Weather Service has issued a frost advisory for parts of Western New York, from 2 am to 8 am on Wednesday morning.

The frost advisory will be in effect for Southern Erie, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Allegany and Wyoming counties.

Be sure to cover and protect any vegetation before the day is over on Wednesday, as it will be cold enough to kill some plant life.

We will be back into the 60's for high temperatures by the beginning of next week, with some more rain and thunderstorms possible for this weekend.

Hopefully, the weather will stay in those summertime temps after next week. I'm not about to complain too much -- we had a particularly brutal winter, and even temps in the low 60's are a welcome sight.

The best news is the snow is gone for least until October-November.

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