A Wet Wednesday Will Give Way To A Nice Stretch Of Drier/Warmer Weather


JAMESTOWN – After Wednesday’s unsettled weather, sunshine will return as high pressure builds in over the region Thursday. The dry stretch will start Thursday and last through the weekend.

Wednesday afternoon will be rather cloudy and wet. Showers and a few thunderstorms will be around. A few storms could produce a few heavy downpours. Temperatures will be in the lower-70’s inland and mid-60’s near the lake shore.

A few rain showers will continue into the overnight and into early Thursday morning. Some patchy fog may develop overnight with low temperatures in the upper-50’s.







After some fog and a few early morning showers Thursday morning, skies will clear and the sun will return in the afternoon. Temperatures will be in the lower-70’s.

The sun and warmer temperatures will stick around into Friday and the weekend, with temperatures in the mid-to-upper-70’s each day and approaching the low-80’s by Sunday. With the warmer temperatures comes a rise in humidity and dew points, allowing the mugginess in the air to be felt.













With the nice weather returning, make sure to get outside and enjoy it. The Celoron Ribfest starts this afternoon at 3 p.m. and will run each day through Saturday. After the wet start today, it looks to be picture perfect weather for the reminder of the festival.

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