JAMESTOWN – A Cold front passing through the region this afternoon is will be bringing cooler temperatures along with it.
Temperatures today will slide through the 50’s as that front moves through. The Lake Erie Shoreline will key end the day around 51 white areas induing will be closer to 60. There is a chance for a couple scattered showers through the afternoon but the majority of the afternoon will be dry.
Look out for some patchy fog early tomorrow morning, especially in the river valley areas of the Southern Tier. Tuesday will be a fabtabulous weather day with mostly skies although cooler with highs in the mid to upper 50’s.
Wednesday will begin a warming trend as we wi push another Warm front through the area. The front has the potential to trigger off some scattered showers through the day but nothing widespread.
Humidity values will begin to climb on Thursday, adding that noticeable “stick” back into the air, with a few thunderstorms possible.
The holiday weekend is looking a bit wet at this point with some scattered rain and thunderstorms possible both Saturday and Sunday with temps in the 70’s.
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