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JAMESTOWN – Thanks to a stubborn area of low pressure moving its way out of the northeast, clouds will be hanging tough the rest of today with spotty drizzle from time to time. The second half of the week will be much better with sun retuning to the area with temperatures slowly rising once again.
Patchy drizzle will take us through the afternoon with overcast skies. It will remain quite chilly thanks to that cloud cover a northerly wind. Highs 38 on the highest hills, 46 at the shore.
Any light rain or drizzle will come to an end early tonight with mostly cloudy skies overnight. Morning lows 33 valleys, 37 lakeshore. Light winds.
High pressure returns to the region tomorrow clearing out the clouds for the afternoon. We should end the day partly to mostly sunny across the entire area with maybe a few spots possibly seeing full sunshine late in the day. Highs 43 to 51.
Sunshine will be out in full force on Thursday and becoming warmer still. Highs 46 to 54.
We’ll likely see a few more clouds around the region on Friday so we’ll call the day partly sunny on average. However, most of the region should rebound back into the lower 50’s once again.
Saturday will be the warmest day this week as we creep close to 60 degrees with lots of sunshine to go around.
A weak front will scoot by later Saturday and Sunday bringing another chance for a few rain showers through Monday during that period with temps still above average in the mid 50’s.
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