JAMESTOWN – It’s nearly a rinse and repeat forecast with lots of sunshine for the afternoon with the chance for a couple spotty showers across the Southern Tier. However, summer heat and humidity makes a return for the weekend.
Expect partly to mostly sunny skies through the afternoon today. Thanks to a weak Lake Erie boundary, some pop up showers are a possibility inland away from the lakeshore. Tempeatures will range 76 to 83 with light wind.
A couple showers could linger into the evening hours tonight, becoming partly to mostly clear for the overnight. As perusal with clearing skies and light wind, some patchy valley fog may develop before morning with lows 56 to 63.
As the upper air pattern shifts to a warmer flow aloft, summer returns from its vacation with warmer temperatures and more humidity for Saturday. While the majority of the day will be dry with plentiful sunshine, the chance is there once again for a couple spotty showers or storms inland from the lake boundary. High will range in the lower to mid 80’s.
Sunday will see the return of scattered afternoon and evening showers and storms, taking us through much of the upcoming week. Not a single day will be a total washout with plenty of dry time in between. Temps remain into the 80’s through mid week =, dropping back into the upper 70’s to start August.
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