JAMESTOWN – As we begin a brand new decade, mother nature is providing for a few ups and down’s in the world of weather.
Today we’ll be dealing with some leftover snow showers, but a quick turn around will provide for another stretch of warmer weather heading into late week and the weekend. Cooler weather returns once again into early next week.
For New Years Day, the moderate lake effect snow bands will begin to shut down this morning as a warmer weather system moves into the region. A few snow showers around, otherwise it will be mostly cloudy with highs in the lower 30’s.
Tonight we’ll see partly cloudy skies across the are with lows in the mid 20’s
Thursday will see plenty of sunshine as temperatures warm into the lower 40’s. Clouds will begin to increase in the late afternoon as a low pressure system approaches the area again.
Friday will be mainly cloudy with scattered rain showers and temperatures in the upper 40’s.
Temperatures will remain in the lower 40’s for Saturday with a few rain showers, before a return of snow showers and the 30’s for the back half of the weekend. As of now temperatures look to be about average as we head into early next week.
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