JAMESTOWN – The time will be moving but the weather will not be changing over the next several days as High pressure remains parked over the region. A deepening storm system in the upper Midwest will bring the chance for rain showers for parts of the weekend.
Lots of sunshine will take us through the afternoon with highs 62 to 69 and a light wind less than 10 MPH.
Another clear and starlit sky tonight with patchy river valley fog redeveloping overnight into the early morning hours. There could also be some frost setting up the deepest valleys of the Southern Tier. Morning lows 37 to 45.
Tomorrow is another rinse and repeat day; Mostly sunny to complete sunshine with highs in the mid to upper 60’s.
A storm system moving to the upper Midwest by the weekend will cause an October blizzard for areas in the Midwest. This same system will have some impacts to Western New York on Saturday.
With the storm pulling in warmer and moist air into the eastern side of the storm and moving to our west and northwest, we will be on that said warmer side, leading to any precipitation falling as plain rain showers. Saturday will likely not be a total washout but on-again, off-again showers will be prevalent through the day.
Newer model runs have sped up the forward motion of the storm a little bit, leading to the rain all clearing out by the day on Sunday with partly to mostly sunny skies returning once again.
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