Radar at 6:30am this morning shows a few widely scattered showers, mostly pushing out of Central New York and into the Adirondacks. The vast majority of the region will stay dry though the early afternoon, but a couple more of those isolated showers may pop up from time to time.
After about 2pm, showers and a few thunderstorms should start to develop. A small line of activity may consolidate by the late afternoon hours across the southern Finger Lakes into northern Pennsylvania, with continued scattered rain elsewhere.
After dark tonight, as the cold front gets set to move through, a more widespread band of rain may develop and push through. While this may bring some rain to everyone, none of the rain today should be terribly heavy and most areas will see less than a quarter-inch of precipitation.
The threat for rain ends after midnight as the front moves through. Saturday will have a few clouds in the morning, but the sun should work its way out for a good chunk of the day.