Another Fabulous Afternoon, Few More Clouds And Summer Warmth Over The Weekend



JAMESTOWN – The rinse and repeat weather continues over the next few days with lots of sunshine and summertime temperatures.

With a southernly wind flow, that will help boost our temperatures through the day today. Most everybody will end the day in the mid to upper 70’s with a blue sky shining down on you.



This evening is the next Jamestown Red Raiders Variety football game for Friday Night Lights against Bennett/Olmsted in Buffalo. Temperatures will be around 74 at kickoff falling to 69 by the 4th quarter with mainly fair skies.

Tonight starts mainly clear but a few clouds may filter in through the overnight. Some patchy river valley fog is possible by morning and not quite as chilly. Lows 54 to 63.



Tomorrow will be another fabulous weather day with mostly sunny skies and temps near 80.

We do expect the warmest air to arrive on Sunday where highs will be in the lower to mid 80’s. There is a chance we could either tie or break the record high for Sunday, which is 83 set back in 1961. We’re keeping our forecasted high at 82, but we’ll see what happens in relation to some afternoon clouds.

Sunday will also be the Buffalo Bills home opener at New Era Field. Clouds and sun will share the afternoon sky with temperatures in the lower 80’s through the game.

A few rain showers will return Sunday night lasting through Monday, but the day will not be a washout with on-again, off-again type of showers. We’ll likely only pick up about a quarter of an inch of rain, if that.

Temperatures will feel more fall-like as we head through next week with partial sunshine each day and only a small chance for a shower on Thursday.

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