JAMESTOWN – The snow has finally ended for the day with some nice peaks of sun here and there. A Cold front dropping through the region will trigger off another chance for a few snow showers on Friday but with no warmer temperatures in sight.
A few snow showers came through the Southern Tier early this morning, laying down other quick coating in areas. That snow has tapered off and the majority of us will be left with partly to mostly cloudy skies for the afternoon. Highs will range 32 to 37 with a southwest breeze 10 to 15 MPH.
Partly to mostly cloudy through the overnight tonight with a small chance of a snow shower inland away from Lake Erie by the morning. Lows 22 to 31.
As the Cold front sweeps through the day on Friday, the front will bring an influx of moisture into the region and will be the focal point for a few more ran and snow showers. Most of us will see about a quarter to half inch worth of accumulation; very insignificant. Highs 33 to 38.
The weekend will be nice and dry with plenty of sunshine both days but with below-average temperatures continuing into the mid to upper 30’s.
We have dropped the high temperature on Monday down into the mid 30’s as more cloud cover through the day could limit the suns’ radiation and keep us “blanketed” from reaching higher numbers.
Temperatures do begin to warmup slightly into the lower 40s both Tuesday and Wednesday with a chance for a rain and snow shower each day.
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