Temps Fall Through The Afternoon, Cooler Pattern Takes Shape Over The Weekend

JAMESTOWN – Clouds and sun will share the sky this afternoon with temperatures going the opposite direction. A change in the upper flow will bring fall-like temperatures to the region through early next week.

A Cold front moving through the area will drop temperatures through the day. We will likely end the day around 64 in the valleys to 68 at the Lake Erie shoreline. There will be pretty healthy west wind up to 20 MPH at times.

We should see some partial cloud breaks overnight tonight with some patchy valley fog setting up overnight with the wind going light. Morning lows 47 valleys 57 lakeshore.

Tomorrow is the first day of school for many school districts around the Southern Tier. The day will be partly to mostly sunny with temps in the lower 70’s.

As Hurricane Dorian moves up the Atlantic East Coast over the weekend, the storm will drag cooler air in across the northeast. Highs will be held down into the lower to mid 60’s Saturday and Sunday. That cooler pattern looks to remain through at least early next week.

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