JAMESTOWN – It’s another rinse and repeat day across Western New York today with gloomy skies and some rain drops but a light is at the end of the tunnel.
For the the remainder of the day, cloudy skies will continue with temperatures still below average into the upper 40’s. Rain will come to an end tonight leading to partly to mostly skies for the overnight.
Tomorrow will be rather useable early under a partly cloudy sky. Rain will hold off until the later afternoon hours on Wednesday with temps in the lower 60’s.
A ridge of High pressure will move in on Thursday and begin a warming trend across the region. We’ll bring in a chance for a couple rain showers on Friday with temps into the mid 60’s.
Computer model guidance is split over the weekend and early next week. Current guidance is suggesting a warm front will move its way across the region, bringing much warmer weather to the area.
Some models are spiking us into the 80’s and while some are keeping us down into the 50’s and 60’s. While we’re shooting this straight in the middle with mid to upper 70’s, keeps in mind that none of this is set in stone. This is subject to chance throughout the week as we get new data.
We’ll bring in the chance for a few scattered afternoon thunderstorms on Monday but otherwise partly sunny skies.
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