JAMESTOWN – An approaching Cold front and a Lake Erie boundary is going to be the focal point for a few showers and thunderstorms mainly inland away from the lake today. Sunshine returns tomorrow with lower humidity lasting through the weekend.
Much like the past several days, scattered showers and storms will fire up across the Southern Tier and Northwest Pennsylvania through the afternoon. It will not be raining all the time and everywhere with dry time in between the activity with partly sunny skies. Highs will range 74 to 80.
The chance exists for an early shower or thundershower this evening, otherwise clearing skies with morning lows 54 to 60 with lower humidity as well. There could be some patchy fog setting up overnight in the valleys as well, thanks to a clearing sky and light wind.
A High pressure ridge currently over the upper midwest will follow behind the passage of the Cold front, and will bring the region fantastic weather Thursday through Monday. Lots of sunshine each day with seasonable temperatures and low humidity values and fair nights.
Rain will hold off until next Tuesday when we will reintroduce the chance for a few showers and storms with humidity creeping up just a tad.
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