JAMESTOWN – After highs well into the 80’s on Monday, temperatures have backed off just a little bit for today but humidity will still remain a factor.
After a cloudy start to Tuesday, the remainder of the afternoon will be mainly dry with partial sunshine. A slight afternoon shower is possible. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 70’s.
Tonight will be another mild and muggy night. Mainly clear skies with lows in the upper 50’s to mid 60’s.
Wednesday will see partly cloudy skies. A few afternoon showers and thunderstorms are possible. The temperatures will rise into the lower 80’s. With dew points nearing 70, it will be a very humid day as well.
Thursday will be a near repeat of Wednesday, although rain chances will be a bit lower. Partly Cloudy with a few rain showers possible in the afternoon. Temperatures in the lower 80’s. Dew point levels will once again near or above 70, making it feel sticky and uncomfortable outside.
The lower 80 degree temperatures will continue into late week, as well as the mugginess. Some slight relief will be heading our way early next week.
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