Rain Showers Through The Next Couple Of Days, Up And Down Temps Continue

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JAMESTOWN – After another taste of winter, we’re back to an overall milder pattern for this week with some rain showers from time to time. 

Through the day today, scattered to widespread showers will take us through the afternoon. Some patchy fog is possible in spots. Highs 44 on the hills to 49 near the Lake Erie shoreline. South breeze 10 to 20 MPH with gusts possibly up to 30 MPH.

Rain showers early tonight may mix with a few wet snowflakes overnight. With the wet nature of the snow, there should be little to no snow accumulation across the region. Morning lows 31 valleys, 35 lakeshore.

Any wintry mix early on Tuesday will transition over to plain rain showers for the afternoon hours. There could be a couple pockets of moderate at times. Highs 42 to 47.

As a Cold front moves through later Tuesday, temperatures will briefly fall back into the 30’s for Wednesday with a small chance for a scattered rain or snow shower through the day.

We’ll squeeze out one dry and mild day on Thursday out ahead of the next storm system with partial sunshine and highs in the lower 40’s.

As we head into Thursday night through Friday, another storm will likely move close to the region. However, the exact precipitation we will see is dependent on the track of the system and where the colder air will ride in regards to the area.

There remains several questions on this storm and nothing is written in stone as of yet. We will have a better handle on it as we head throughout the rest of the week.

High pressure returns over the weekend although we still chilly in the lower 30’s on Saturday. We’ll rebound nicely on Sunday with the aid on plentiful sunshine and a warmer air pattern aloft.

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