It looks like this brief shot of Summer-like weather will be going away early next week as we are expecting to see a major drop in our high temperatures across the state.

It has been amazing to bask in the sunshine and 80s temperature this week. It was a mini-summer vacation from all the cold and rainy weather we had in the month of April and the beginning of May.

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It looks like we are heading back to the cold rainy weather this upcoming week as we could see a drop of nearly 20 degrees for our high temperatures for much of the state.

In Buffalo, we got used to highs in the 80s this week but starting on Monday after a weekend of rain and thunderstorm we will see a major cooldown across the region. Rain will continue on Monday and Tuesday and with the highs in the low 60s. The temperatures will remain in the 60s all next week.

We will see the same drip on the temperature as well in Rochester as well. The rain will move through the area over the weekend and on Monday and we will see the high temperatures in the low 60s for next week.

Over in Syracuse, the temperature will also drop in the early next week as well. Monday there will be rain showers with a high of only 67 and then the temperatures will continue to drop through the week. Tuesday and Wednesday will only see a high near 62.

Albany will have a couple more days of warmer weather. Monday will have rainy weather with a high near 80 and then there will be almost a 10-degree drop in high temperatures on Tuesday.

In Binghamton, the temperature will also drop nearly 20 degrees from Friday until Tuesday. There will be some rain showers on Monday with a chance of rain on Tuesday and then is when the cool-down will happen. The high will only be around 61 on Tuesday and the temperatures will remain there for much of the week.

In New York City, the temperatures will remain pretty level through the weekend, and then next week the cooldown that is affecting the state will impact the Big Apple. The highs next week will remain in the low 70s.

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