Under A Quiet Weather Pattern, Above Average Temperatures Continue Through The Week

JAMESTOWN – High pressure setup across the Northeast is equating out to dry and mild weather for Western New York through the Christmas holiday. We may being a couple showers into the region later in the week with an approaching Cold front but not much “cooling” is expected.

A great supply of sunshine will take us through this Monday afternoon. Highs will range 45 in the valleys to 54 at the lakeshore with a southwest breeze 10 to 15 MPH.

Partly to mostly cloudy tonight. There maybe a couple very light snow flurries from time to time but not enough to produce any accumulation. Morning lows 28 to 34.

With more in the way of cloud cover, we’ll call Tuesday partly sunny on average and a little cooler. Highs 37 to 42.

Santa Claus will have no weather hassles to contend with, maybe the melting of the snow could be a cause for concern with his sleigh but he won’t run into any major winter storms. Lows 28 to 35.

Christmas Day will be dry with partial sunshine and temps going into the lower 40’s for most areas.

A weak front will be pushing towards Western New York Thursday and Friday possibly triggering off a few isolated showers. Highs both days going into the lower 40’s.

Saturday looks to be mainly dry with highs in the mid 40’s before another chance for a couple more showers Sunday and temps near 40.

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