JAMESTOWN – The weather story over the next several days will be pretty much the same; cool, dry and fall-like. However, some late summer warmth looks to be in the cards by the middle of next week.
Through the afternoon today, skies will be party to mostly sunny. It won’t be as breezy as it was yesterday with winds around 10 MPH. Highs will range 64 on the hilltops to 73 in the valleys.
Clouds will break overnight tonight, leading to mainly clear skies. As often is the case with clearing skies and a light wind, some patchy fog will develop by morning, especially in the valleys of the Southern Tier and Northwestern Pennsylvania. Morning lows 46 valleys, 57 lakeshore.
Tomorrow will start partly to mostly sunny but there will be the chance for an isolated shower or two in the afternoon. However, the day will be quite useable with plenty of dry time. Highs in lower 70’s.
The weekend is also looking to be mainly dry with party sunny skies and highs in the mid to upper 60’s. Once again, a small chance for a spotty shower across the Southern Tier is possible.
We do see a slight shift in the wind flow aloft heading into Tuesday of next week. The upper air pattern will take on a warmer flow aloft, bringing late summer warmth back into the region. There will be the chance for showers and thunderstorms through the day on Wednesday with highs nearing 80 once again.
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