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Today’s spring like temperatures will give way to gusty winds later on.
The National Weather Service has posted a wind advisory from 6PM tonight to 1PM tomorrow afternoon.
Winds are forecast out of the southwest at 25 to 35 mph, gusting to 55 mph.
Today’s high temperature could reach 65 degrees but it will turn sharply colder tomorrow.Thursday's predicted high is 29.

Notre Dame High School head Basketball Coach Mike Rapone scores his 600th career victory.
The Irish KO’d Kendall last night 87-49.
Rapone’s 600 wins is a Section Five record.
“It’s pretty exciting, its tough to put in perspective right now,” Rapone said moments after the final buzzer. “I look over and see all my former players in the stands – its all about the relationships.  600 is a number but you look at these guys when they were playing and what they did, I’ve been so fortunate to be associated with such a great school and a great bunch of young men.”
In 33 years at Notre Dame, Rapone has compiled a record of 600-143 and two State Championships (1992, 2001), three time Section Five Coach of the Year and eight Section Five Boys Basketball titles. 

A former Batavia man, already serving a 15-year sentence for sexually abusing a child, has three-and-a-half years tacked on to his sentence for molesting a second child.  
41-year-old James Little Jr., will now serve 18-and-a-half years in state prison. 
Last week, 56-year-old Beverly Hensel of Pembroke, was sentenced to 10 years probation for her role in providing Little with DVDs of child pornography.

The Buffalo Bills will continue to play a regular-season home game in Toronto each of the next five seasons.  Rogers Media and the Bills have announced a renewed five-year partnership beginning this season and continuing through 2017.  

Governor Cuomo is expecting his approval numbers to dip a bit.  Cuomo says he won't be surprised to see his job approval rating tumble after pushing through his controversial gun policy package.  The governor feels some of the opposition to his new gun policies are likely to ultimately go away. 

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