JAMESTOWN- The calendar may say we’re in June but Mother Nature has backed up in April with below average temperatures. However some warmer weather is on the way.
Bright sunshine will take us through the day with temperatures struggling to hit 60 degrees. There is the potential some frost will develop by morning tomorrow in the valleys as clear skies will help temps slick back into the mid to upper 30’s.
Rain tomorrow will not be widespread; there will be plenty of dry time with partial sunshine in between rain showers. Temps will still remain below average, but milder, in the upper 60’s.
While there are no signs of any significant heat and humidity in the foreseeable future, temps will hover in the mid to upper 70’s, which is what early June is supposed to feel like.
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