Quiet Weather Pattern Settles In, Warming Up By Early Next Week

JAMESTOWN – High pressure has started to build in across the northeast leading to a prolonged stretch of dry weather through much of next week. A warming trend will also couple with that dry weather bringing temperatures above average for the upcoming Holiday weekend.

Partly to mostly sunny skies will take us through the afternoon today but temperatures will still remain chilly. Highs 20 to 33 with a light wind.

Partly cloudy and quiet tonight. Not quite as chilly as the past couple of nights. Morning lows 16 to 22.

Sunshine will be out in good supply for both Saturday and Sunday with highs nearing 40 degrees both day with fair and cool nights in the lower to mid 20’s.

The Buffalo Bills face the New England Patriots Saturday afternoon in Foxborough for Week 16. It will be a nice but chilly December day if you’re traveling to New England for the game with temps around 30 degrees through the duration of the game.

We’ll squeeze out one more mostly sunny day on Monday with highs in the mid 40’s before more cloud cover returns for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. While temps will be a little bit cooler, we’ll stay around 40 both days before falling back into the mid 30’s by next Thursday.

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