JAMESTOWN – It might be a different day but the weather won’t be changing much with only a small chance of a spotty shower Wednesday afternoon.
As we’re still somewhat wrapped up in the “flow around the low” from a system off the Atlantic East coast, we’ll keep some clouds in place through the afternoon however, the skies should clear out this evening. Morning lows 58 in the valleys, 66 at the Lake Erie shoreline.
We start Wednesday on a dry note with lots of sunshine for the morning. Thanks to the stubborn low still off the coast, a couple spotty showers or thundershowers will be possible in the afternoon along the inland areas away from Lake Erie. The chance is rather small; 20 to 25 percent anyone one spot will get wet. Highs 77 to 84.
Thursday we’re back to loads of sunshine with increasing temperatures and humidity. Highs in the mid 80’s.
The 4th of July Weekend is still looking great with lots of sunshine each day through Sunday. Very warm and muggy as highs reach the upper 80s.
We stay warm and humid through early next week with the sunshine still in full force on Monday with highs in the upper 80s.
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