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JAMESTOWN – More rain is on the way to the region thanks to a stalled boundary south of the region and a couple waves of low pressure. Temperatures will be on a roller coaster through the upcoming week.
Through the rest of the afternoon, some scattered rain showers will be possible with mostly cloudy to overcast intervals at times. Temps will be slow to respond but we should squeeze out a decent day. Highs 45 at the Lake Erie shoreline to 56 well inland.
Rain showers will become more numerous throughout the overnight. Not as a cold as past nights. Lows 38 valleys, 43 lakeshore. Light wind.
The better chance for rain showers will be in the morning and early afternoon on Friday, becoming mostly cloudy for the rest of the afternoon. Highs 47 to 52.
Another storm system will move through midwest and track south of Western New York over the weekend. We will be on the warmer side initially as temps will spike well into the 50’s for most areas. Some spots may actually flirt with 60. There will be the chance for a few showers here and there but otherwise mostly cloudy.
The most widespread rain will arrive Saturday night and Sunday. As the low moves east of us along the east coast, that will wrap around colder air on the backside of the storm. Highs will only be in the lower to mid 40’s with the potential for some wet snow showers along the elevations later Sunday into Sunday night.
We’ll be left with a couple leftover showers on Monday with highs in the mid 40’s.
As warmer air fills back into the region one again, temps will climb through the 50’s early next week with a chance for a scattered shower on Tuesday and Wednesday.
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