Another Freeze Tonight, Spring Arrives Later In The Week

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JAMESTOWN – Today will not be the best day weather-wise as temperatures are still well below average with some rain and snow showers at times. However, a big shift in the weather pattern later in the week will bring seasonable temperatures back into the region.

The National Weather Service has once again reissued the Freeze Warning for all of Western New York, going into effect at 11 p.m. tonight and running through 10 a.m. Tuesday morning.

As seasoned early planters know, frost and freeze condition can cause harm to temperature sensitive plants and vegetation if left uncovered or outdoors. While not yet official, I am expecting the Weather Service to reissue these again for Tuesday night.

Through the remainder of the day, on again off again rain and snow showers will persist through the afternoon. There will be a little bit of a breeze out of the west today. Temperatures will remain quite cold. Highs 37 on the hills to 44 near the Lake Erie shoreline.

After an early rain or snow shower tonight, clouds will part overnight with areas of frost developing overnight. Very cold. Lows 26 valleys, 34 lakeshore.

High pressure builds back into the region tomorrow bringing us mostly sunny skies for Tuesday but still remming cold with highs 41 to 49.

Heading into the middle of the week, guidance shows the Jets Stream pulling north, allowing a ridge to set up shop and surge warmer air into the Northeast. Sunshine will continue into Wednesday with highs in the upper 50’s.

As the high moves out, a few waves of low pressure will bring the chance for scattered to widespread showers and thunderstorms Thursday through Sunday with temperatures on an uphill climb through the 60’s and lower 70’s through this period.

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