JAMESTOWN – A front continues to remain parked across the Southern Tier, which have allowed several waves of Low pressure to move through the general area and produce rain showers with a few embedded storms.
The NOAA Storm Prediction Center has outlined the Southern Tier under a less than average Marginal Risk (level 1/5) for severe thunderstorms this afternoon. However, much like yesterday, I do not expect this to be a big deal. If we do see any stronger storms, the main threat will be from gusty winds.
There may be a chance we’ll see some peaks of sunshine late in the day towards the dinner hours. Otherwise, expect overcast skies within the breaks of rain this afternoon.
Tomorrow might be a new day but it will be the same old story; showers and scattered thunderstorms throughout the afternoon with highs in the upper 60’s.
We’ll start to the return of High pressure make its way into the area on Friday and that will clear us out of the rain and cloud cover. It will remain chilly however, with highs only in the lower to mid 60’s.
That dry weather is only temporary however as we’ll see the return of scattered showers and thunderstorms over the weekend. Keep in mind that neither day will be a total washout. There will be good windows of dry time in between the rain.
Temps continue to remain below average into early next week to ring in the month of June with highs in the 60’s.
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