Dry And More Comfortable Tuesday; Strong Storms Possible Wednesday

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JAMESTOWN – We’ll have a brief break in the overall humidity tomorrow before another wave of showers and storms head our way for the day on Wednesday.











A lurking Cold front will move through overnight bringing some slight relief from the humidity as well as helping to knock the temperatures down a hair or two for tomorrow. Another system system will provide the region with another chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms on Wednesday with the potential a couple of them could be strong.

After clear skies this evening, a few could will work in overnight. Not quite as mild as previous nights. Lows 55 in the valleys, 65 at the Lake Erie shoreline.

Tomorrow will be another day of sunshine with lower humidity. Highs 75 to 83.









The NOAA Storm Prediction Center has placed much of the Southern Tier and Northwestern Pennsylvania under a low-end Marginal Risk, a level 1 out of 5, for severe thunderstorms on Wednesday.

While the overall threat is low, a few storms throughout the day could be strong to severe with the main factor being gusty winds and heavy rain.

Thanks to the rain, highs will also be held down into the upper 70’s for most but there will be some humidity in the air as well.





















We’ll keep the chance for a few leftover scattered showers on Thursday with highs in the lower 80’s.

High pressure returns for Friday and Saturday, bringing a nice supply of sunshine back to there once again with highs in the lower 80’s.

As we head into the second half of the weekend into next week, it looks as though more warm and humid air will be surging into the region once again. Highs will climb likely into the mid to upper 80’s with the humidity values ticking up.

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