JAMESTOWN – A hot and steamy week ended with strong storms on Friday, the weekend will be mostly quiet and much cooler. Temperatures will struggle to reach 70.
A secondary cold front will pass by the region today. Temperatures for your Saturday will be much cooler as they will only hover in the low to mid 60’s across the region. Otherwise it will be mostly cloudy with a few scattered rain showers.
Tonight will be cloudy and it will turn much cooler, with lows dropping back into the lower 40’s.
Sunday the clouds will scatter out, leaving for a mainly sunny day. Temperatures will barely make it out of the upper 50’s. A far cry from the upper 80’s we saw a few days ago.
As we begin off a new week, Monday starts off sunny with temperatures in the 60’s. As the week continues on temperatures will slowly begin to warm up with chances for rain by mid week.
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