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JAMESTOWN – We can’t seem to shake loose the precipitation as more rain will be on the way over the weekend which may finish as some wet snow flakes along the hills on Sunday. Temperatures will continue to remain and a roller coaster through next week.
Through the afternoon, expect mostly cloudy skies across much of the area. There could be a few cloud breaks leading to some partial sunshine however. There is also a small chance for a spotty shower away from the waterfront. Highs today will range 49 at the water, 58 inland, 62 in northwestern Pennsylvania.
Partly to mostly cloudy and quiet tonight. It remains rather mild overnight. Lows 36 valleys, 42 lakeshore. Light wind.
An area of low pressure will ride along a stationary front located to our south. While Saturday will be a nice and warm day with highs 54 to 63, there will be a few scattered showers from time to time in the afternoon as we’re scraped by the passing low.
Forecast model guidance continues to show the low moving towards and along the Atlantic seaboard on Sunday, which will bring more widespread rain into the region along with colder air with a north-northwest wind. The breeze picks up as well with gusts possibly reaching 35 MPH in the afternoon.
As the colder air continues to dump in, there could be a period late Sunday afternoon and Sunday night where a changeover to a rain/snow mix could occur along the highest hills of the Southern Tier. Accumulations should be kept very minute with only a dusting at most.
We stay cool on Monday with a few leftover showers at times and highs in the mid 40’s.
A warming trend will take place early next week as an area of high pressure briefly grazes the region on Tuesday with highs going back into the upper 50’s. Another late-week storm could bring us more rain Wednesday and Thursday with temps remaining seasonable.
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