JAMESTOWN – A dry and cooler weekend is on tap for the Southern Tier thanks to a High pressure ridge set up across the Northeast.
Partly to mostly sunny skies will take us through the afternoon. There is a very small chance of an isolated shower in the afternoon. Highs will range 72 near the Lake Erie shoreline to 77 inland. Winds will still be an issue with gusts nearing 30 MPH at times.
Tonight is the modified truck and tractor pull at the Warren County Fair in Pittsfield, PA. The night should be nice and dry with temps falling through the 60’s.
The weekend will be dry with lots of sun and comfortable humidity. Next chance for rain is next Tuesday and Wednesday with a few scattered afternoon showers and storms.
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