JAMESTOWN – High pressure continues to be the weather story through the afternoon today. However as that High moves out, another system approaches out of the Southwest brining rain showers and more humidity into the region once again.
With a thin layer of clouds across the area, we’ll call today partly cloudy. Temps will remain below average in the lower two mid to 70s. The evening will be dry with rain coming into the picture after midnight. Lows will range 57 in the valley locations to 66 near the Lake Erie shoreline.
The better chance of rain on Tuesday will be in the morning and early afternoon, tapering off throughout the late afternoon. Highs will still remain into the lower to mid 70’s. The wind will also come up as well with some gusts possibly nearly 30 MPH at times.
Rain will likely become more widespread in nature on Wednesday with some moderate to heavy downpours at times.
Temperatures will remain below average though the weekend with partial sunshine each day. Longer-range guidance suggests this cool pattern will stay with us through at least the first week of September.
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