JAMESTOWN – Early this week has seen some repeated days of cloudy conditions and snow flurries, much of the same for Wednesday. Dryer and calmer weather will be ushered in for the latter half of the week, with still no real sign of bitter cold in the near future.
After a few morning flurries, Wednesday will once again be mainly cloudy. A few peaks of sunshine make break through the clouds in the late afternoon. Temperatures hovering near 30.
Tonight will be mostly cloudy but cold as temperatures bottom out in the lower teens.
Thursday and Friday will be near repeats of each other, all be it dry and calm. Mostly cloudy with temperatures in the lower to mid 30’s.
As of now the potential storm system for the weekend looks to remain off shore in the Atlantic. Early next week will begin with a brief warm up into the 40’s. Still no real sign of any major winter cold or major snow storms on the horizon as we head into the month of Febuary.
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