Remaining Quite Humid With A Few Storms Possible

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JAMESTOWN – Scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue with a few of them possibly strong before a brief cool down comes our way for the middle of the week.

The NOAA Storm Prediction Center has placed all of Western New York and Northwestern Pennsylvania under a low-end Marginal Risk, a level 1 out of 5, for severe thunderstorms this afternoon.







Much like Monday, any storms that do become severe will have the potential to produce strong gusty winds, small hail, and very heavy rainfall. It will stay very humid and warm with highs 77 at the Lake Erie shoreline to 85 inland.













Showers and thunderstorms will continue into this evening with a chance a couple storms could be on the strong to severe side early with a few leftover showers overnight. It will not be quite as warm. Lows 57 in the valleys, 63 at the lakeshore.

As an upper trough digs into the region, cooler and more refreshing air will be surged in with a more west to northwest wind flow both Wednesday and Thursday. However there will be the chance for a few scattered showers and thundershowers each day with partial sunshine in between. Highs in the lower 70’s.

Heading into Friday, the wind flow will once again favor a southernly, warmer pattern as temperatures return into the lower 80s with a little humidity and partial sunshine.

The humidity start to soar once again over the weekend with scattered showers and thunderstorms both Saturday and Sunday. Highs in the lower 80’s.

We will stay quite muggy and warm heading into early next week with partly to mostly sunny skies on Monday and highs in the mid 80’s.

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