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JAMESTOWN – The rest of the day will be nice and dry with clouds advancing from west to east through the afternoon. Rain will return to the region for tomorrow before a big but brief warmup heads our way for the end of the week.
A high pressure ridge north of us in Canada is leading to fair skies early this afternoon with seasonable temperatures. As the ridges moves out to sea, clouds will be filtering in through the remainder of the day. Highs will rage 41 on the hills to near 50 at the Lake Erie shoreline.
As we head into tonight, scattered rain showers will develop across the region overnight and last through the early morning hours on Tuesday. Lows 35 valleys, 41 lakeshore.
Any rain showers will come to and end in the morning on Tuesday with possibly some partial clearing in the afternoon as another wave of high pressure moves in. Highs 38 to 46.
We will stay dry on Wednesday as the high still dominates with highs in the lower 50’s.
Another system will be moving close to the region Wednesday sparking off another chance for rain showers through the remainder of the work week. Temperatures will sore above average with a more southerly wind into the upper 50’s to lower 60’s in spots on Thursday.
As a strong Cold front plows through on Friday, the official highs in the lower to mid 60’s will occur early in the day. By the time you head from work in the afternoon, we’ll likely be down into the lower 40’s.
The potential exists for some light snow showers to develop with the colder air Friday night but acclamations at this point, look to be very little to non existent.
After the frontal passage, the winds will turn northernly on Saturday leading to a rather cold day with highs only in the lower 30’s but dry however.
We stay dry into Sunday with a good supply of sunshine and temperatures into the lower 40’s.
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