Spring Showers Continue, A Bit Drier Over The Weekend

JAMESTOWN- The wet spring weather continues into the weekend! It will be drier, but a chance of rain each day, with spring like temperatures!

A gloomy cloudy Friday is in the works, with a chance of rain. A few rumbles of thunder are possible near the state line. Temperatures will at least be warm holding steady in the mid 60’s, although it will be cooler near the Lake Erie shoreline.







Tonight will be mainly dry, however some patchy river valley fog will develop in the Genesee and Allegheny river valley. Temperatures will drop back in the upper 40’s to lower 50’s.

So far this spring, Mother Nature has won the races at Stateline Speedway, washing out each race for the past month. Things are looking promising for the opening night this Saturday. Temperatures will be in the lower 60’s around the time the green flag waves. By the time the races end, temperatures will drop into the lower 50’s. It will be mostly cloudy with a 35 percent chance of rain.













The weekend looks better with about a 20-30 percent chance of rain each day. Temperatures for both days will be in the lower 60’s.

As we head into next week, Spring looks to be sticking around as temperatures will make it to the 70’s by mid-week. Although there will be a chance of rain each day.

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