JAMESTOWN – As advertised, the temperatures have come down and the humidity has also came down with it, relating to a nice stretch of comfortable weather. It looks like that comfort factor will remain straight through through the weekend.
With enough moisture left over in the air, we will not rule out the case for a couple light showers across the Southern Tier this afternoon. However, the majority of the day will be dry but do not expect much in the way of sunshine; the clouds will win this one. Highs will range 67 to 72.
Partly cloud tonight with some patchy valley fog developing by the morning. A much more comfortable night for sleeping with low humidity and cool temperatures. Some spots in the valleys will wind up in the upper 40’s, around 49, going to 57 at the Lake Erie shoreline.
With a north-northwest wind component again on Friday, most areas should remain in the mid to upper 60’s through the day with skies becoming mostly sunny.
Dry weather will take us through the weekend with loads of sunshine each day, low humidity, and comfortable temperatures.
We’ll see a brief jump in humidity Tuesday of next week with a scattered shower or storm chance Tuesday and Wednesday.
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