JAMESTOWN — Heat and humidity will continue to build well into the upcoming week, with very limited chances for rain.
For Sunday afternoon, warm and sunny conditions are likely with highs near 90. Dew points will remain relatively low.
Tonight, mainly clear skies with lows dropping back in the lower-60’s.
Much of the upcoming week will be hot, humid, and mainly dry. Temperatures will range from the upper-80’s to lower to mid-90’s for much of the week. The humidity levels will be on the rise as well, making it for a very uncomfortable week.
Rain chances will be very limited as we may begin to enter into drought territory. A cold front moves in by next weekend, which may increase rain chances for much needed rain along with a bit less heat.
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