JAMESTOWN – After a very muggy, and stormy, Monday, the weather has quieted down for today, and a much more comfortable feeling will be in the air throughout the remainder of the week.
The storms last night were a bit bumpy, as the squall line produced downburst winds that knocked down some trees and power lines. A downburst is a powerful discharge of winds that extend down from a thunderstorm in a straight line, and then spread out in multiple directions as the winds hit the ground.
The good news here is, we’re done with that for the time being. A more calmer weather pattern settles in over the next several days, before we turn up the humidity once again for the weekend. Albeit not as extreme as as the Florida-like mugginess that we just went through, but you will notice a little stickiness creeping back in the air by Saturday and Sunday.