Independence Day Weekend Will Be Hot And Dry, With Highs In The 80s


JAMESTOWN – Very warm and dry conditions are expected through the Independence day weekend and well into next week.

For Today, partly cloudy with a very small chance for an isolated shower. Highs will be in the mid to upper-80’s with a slight decrease in the humidity levels.






Tonight the annual Mayville fireworks show should go off without a hitch. Mainly clear skies with temperatures in the evening in the lower-70’s. Overnight lows drop back to near 60.



For Sunday, Mainly sunny with highs again in the upper-80’s to near 90. The humidity levels will rise once again.

There will be no relief in the heat or any big chances for rain heading into next week. Sunshine and temperatures into the lower 90’s for most of the week and lows at night in the mid-60’s.











In addition, a rise in the humidity levels will make it feel just uncomfortable outside. Heat advisories are likely. The best chance for rain, and even then will be spotty at best is looking to be mid-week.

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