Thursday Remains Dreary, Sun And Cooler Temperatures To Return Tomorrow

JAMESTOWN – Thursday will be another cloudy and dreary day around the region. High pressure will begin to build in on Friday clearing out the skies, but also ushering in a very cool airmass for Friday and overnight Friday.

The unsettled period will continue for today. Mainly cloudy skies with showers and a possible rumble of thunder this afternoon. Temperatures in the mid-60’s. Tonight it will remain cloudy with a few showers, as temperatures will drop back into the mid -to- upper 40’s.

Friday will start off cloudy with a few showers. As high pressure builds in across the region, skies will clear out. Temperatures will struggle to make it out of the lower-50’s.

With the clearing Friday night, temperatures will bottom out in the lower -to- mid 30’s. This will likely allow for the first frost of the season, and in some areas well inland some freezing will be possible.

Friday night is homecoming for the Jamestown Red Raider football team at Strider Field. While the skies will be mainly clear, grab a jacket as temperatures will be in the mid-40’s.

The first half of the weekend looks great for Saturday as temperatures will be in the lower- 60’s. Sunday will see a few showers once again arrive into the area with temperatures in the mid -to- upper- 60’s.

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