JAMESTOWN – It might be a different day but the weather will essentially be a near carbon copy of the past several days. A weakening front moving through will bring the chance for some showers for parts of the day on Saturday.
Lots of sunshine will take us through the day with a few high clouds late in the day. Highs will be a bit warmer; upper 60’s for most with some locations along the lower elevations possibly reaching the lower 70’s.
Tonight starts dry with partly cloudy skies. The clouds will thicken up overnight in advance of a weakening Cold front. The front will spawn showers across the region overnight with lows 47 to 56.
The front will further weaken as it moves west to east through the region with the rain tapering off through the day. Some partial sunshine is likely before the end of the day with highs in the middle to upper 50’s.
As temperatures dip back into mid 30’s Saturday night with partly cloudy skies, some patchy frost is possible across the Southern Tier by morning.
Sunday will be a great weather day with temps in the upper 50’s to lower 60’s.
Another system moves in our direction next week, bring the chance for showers by the middle of the week. As the upper air winds begin to favor a cooler pattern aloft, that will limit our highs to below average both Wednesday and Thursday.
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