Cooler Weekend With Better Rain Chances Likely

JAMESTOWN – The heat wave we saw this past week will temporary come to an end for the weekend, with an addition of some much needed rain fall to the area. 

Saturday will be mostly cloudy with a few scattered showers and thunderstorms. Temperatures will be cooler with highs in the upper-70’s.

Saturday night racing gets underway at Stateline speedway with mostly cloudy skies, a scattered shower or storm is possibles through the evening and over night. Highs in the evening near-70 with lows over-night in the lower-60’s.

Sunday will be partly cloudy, a few showers are possible with highs near 80.

The start of the work week will begin with temperatures near 80. But as the week moves on, the temperatures will rise and so will the humidity. Another heatwave looks to be in the works.

Otherwise the days will feature sunshine with the risk for pop-up showers and stroms. Much like this past week.

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