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JAMESTOWN – While the rain has ended for today, the clouds will be tough throughout the afternoon with cooler temperatures. A decent and seasonable weekend is on the way before much colder air returns next week.
Clouds will be hanging around today with a small chance for an isolated sprinkle inland. We will stay cooler thanks to a west-northwest wind flow aloft. Highs 48 highest hills, 52 Lake Erie shoreline.
Early cloud cover tonight will gave way to partly clear skies overnight. Uneventful and chilly. Lows 37 valleys, 43 lakeshore.
Tomorrow will be a decent day overall with a good supply of sunshine. Temperatures around the averages for this time of the year. Highs 58 to 65.
We will be brushed by a storm passing well north of the region Saturday night which will increase the chances for some showers overnight while remaining mild. Lows 49 to 54.
Besides a lingering morning shower on Sunday, sun and clouds will mix in the afternoon with highs in the mid 60’s.
Heading into next week, a deep trough looks to dig into the northeast once again, sending in more waves of colder air to Western New York. Highs will drop back into the upper 40’s to lower 50’s much of the upcoming week.
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