Stubborn Clouds Remain Through The Day, Temps Stay Below Average

JAMESTOWN – A series of Cold fronts will move through the region keeping a chance of showers in the cards for the early afternoon and temperatures below average.

Most areas around the Southern Tier should peak in the upper 60’s to lower 70’s today thanks to the sweeping fronts and the added cloud cover. There is a small chance of a couple showers by late afternoon and evening but most areas should be dry after the early rain.

Partly to mostly cloudy skies will take us through night with mornings lows 55 to 60.

Both Tuesday and Wednesdays will be dry with plentiful sunshine and temps in the mid 70’s. The humidity will also remain at a very comfortable level as well.

As we head into Thursday and Friday, model guidance is suggesting a shift in the upper air pattern that will favor a warmer and more humid pattern for the end off the week into the weekend. Temps will return into the 80’s for Saturday and Sunday with muggy conditions once again.

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