JAMESTOWN – High pressure continues to dominate the weather pattern across the region with lots of sunshine and fair and cool nights.
With the wind shifting out of the south, that will help to warm up temperatures a bit more this afternoon. Highs will range 69 on the hills to 78 across lower elevations.
A clear sky tonight will allow for around round of patchy river valley fog to develop overnight with morning lows 46 to 56.
Another day of sunshine on Friday with temperatures a bit warmer still. Most everybody in the lower to upper 70’s.
While a few clouds may dot the sky Saturday and Sunday, the mainly dry air will not produce a rain chance either day. Rain will not arrive until Sunday night and that looks to last trough Monday as well. However, we’re not looking at a lot of rain and Monday will not a washout by any means.
The return to dry weather comes Tuesday and Wednesday with temps near average in the lower 70’s.
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