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After some scattered storms in Western New York this morning the rest of the week should be looking up.
Forecasters say that localized thunderstorms could bring some minor flooding today. 
Most of the region will be cloudy today but beginning tomorrow it should be dry, sunny and warm for most of the coming week.

A father son duo, well known to Batavia Police, facing burglary charges.
Police say 59 year old Gregory Seppe and 33 year old Brandon Seppe were arrested leaving the scene of a reported burglary on Columbia Avenue. Both are being held without bail.

A man is accused of assaulting a Brockport police officer with his car before crashing into a tree. 
Police say Brandon Antram was pulled over yesterday morning with an open container of alcohol on Monroe Avenue in Brockport. 
Police say he swung his vehicle in the direction of an officer shoving him with the car. 
Police say he took off on foot after hitting a tree and was expected to be charged after he's treated at the hospital.

The Genesee County Fair opens today at the Fair Grounds on Route 5.
The exhibit halls and buildings open at 10 a.m.
The 4-H Beef Cattle Show begins at 11 a.m. this morning.
At 6:30 this evening the grand parade makes its way through the fairgrounds.

Some public meetings this week:
The Batavia City School Board meets tomorrow night at 6:30 p.m..
The board meets in the district administration wing in the high school on State Street.
The Town of Batavia Planning Board meets tomorrow night at 7:30 p.m. in the Batavia Town Hall.
On Wednesday, the Genesee county legislature meets at 5:30 p.m. in the Old County Courthouse.

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