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JAMESTOWN – Thanks to High pressure settled in across the middle of the country, dry and comfortable weather will take us through the next several days. We’ll start a warming trend once again by the middle of next week.
Another mainly clear night will be coming our way tonight although chiller than past nights. Lows will range 40 in the valleys, 48 at the Lake Erie shoreline. However, don’t be shocked if some of the deepest valleys mainly in Cattaraugus County dip into the upper 30’s by morning. Northwest breeze becoming light overnight.
Both weekend days will be cool with highs in the lower to mid 60’s with a good supply of sunshine each day.
We will stay dry heading to early next week with partly to mostly sunny skies with high in the lower 70’s.
As the wind pattern aloft starts to shift to more southernly, warmer air will be surged northward by the middle of the week rising temperatures back into the lower 80’s. The humidity will also start to slowly creep up during this period as well but we will stay mainly dry.
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