For today's weather forecast, forecasters are anticipating a cloudy afternoon, with there being an 80 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 3 p.m.
Thunderstorms could produce damaging winds and heavy downpours, which may result in flooding.
The day will start off by being partly sunny. Clouds will slowly make their way as the day goes on.
There will be south winds that will become southwest of up to 11 miles per hour late in the afternoon.
Temperatures will reach a high near 83 degrees during the day and will drop to around 64 degrees at night.
Here is a look at the rest of this week's weather forecast, according to the National Weather Service in Binghamton:
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, with there being a 50 percent chance of precipitation throughout the day. Temperatures will increase to about 76 degrees during the day and decrease to a near 58 degrees late in the evening.
Thursday: Sunny, with temperatures increasing to a high near 77 degrees during the day. It will then start to get partly cloudy in the afternoon. At night temperatures will drop to around 54 degrees.
Friday: Mostly sunny, with temperatures reaching a high near 80 degrees in the afternoon. It will slowly start to get partly cloudy in the evening, with temperatures decreasing to around 59 degrees at night.
Saturday: Mostly sunny with temperatures reaching up to about 81 degrees throughout the day. Skies will keep themselves clear at night, with temperatures dropping to around 59 degrees.
Sunday: Sunny and dry, with temperatures increasing to around 81 degrees during the day. At night, skies will keep themselves clear, and temperatures will drop to around 59 degrees.