Quieter Weekend Ahead With Increasing Heat And Humidity

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JAMESTOWN – The muggiest will be making a return once again as we go into the weekend with true July heat scorching down on you.

The passage of a front through the area is providing us with lots of good and quiet weather for the weekend. However, with a southernly wind flow aloft setting up, warm moist humid air will surging in from the south through early next week.









If you haven’t seen the Neowise Comet, tonight will be a great night for viewing. The comet should be a bit brighter tonight so it could possibly be views with the naked eye. However, it will still be best viewed from binoculars or a telescope. Lows 60 in the valleys, 67 at the Lake Erie shoreline.















Lots of sunshine will take us through the day on Saturday with increasing humidity. Heat indices will likely be in the mid to upper 80’s. Actual air temps 82 to 88.

Sunday will be the peak of the heat and humidity as temperatures soar to the upper 80’s with feels like temperatures potentially reaching the lower to mid 90’s. While the day will be mainly dry, there could be a popup shower or storm given the high humidity but is a rather small chance.

We’ll keep the chance for scattered afternoon showers and storms in the forecast Monday through Wednesday of next week with highs in the 80’s and gradually dropping humidity.

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