Less Humid Saturday; Back To Heat And Humidity Sunday

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JAMESTOWN – High pressure over the northeast will give us a nice and dry weekend with some very brief relief from the humidity.

With a front located just to our south and a High pressure sliding in from Canada, that will set the stage for a rather dry weekend with a break from the dreaded humidity. However, that will not last long as another surge of warm and humid air will push into the region over the second half of the weekend.

Partly to mostly cloudy skies will take us through the night while it won’t be quite as mild or humid. Lows 60 in the valleys, 67 at the Lake Erie shoreline. Light winds.

Tomorrow will be a fantastic day with lots of sunshine to go around. The humidity values will also come down somewhat so it will be a little more tolerable. Highs 77 to 84.

That comfort factor won’t last long as another pool of humid air makes its way into Western New York on Sunday. Temperatures will go into the mid to upper 80’s with dew points reaching the upper 60’s bringing that awful stick back to the air once again. We should remain mainly dry with a goos supply of sunshine.

A trough digging in early next week with a low well north of us will trigger off the chance for numerous to widespread showers and thunderstorms throughout the day on Monday. It will stay quite muggy however. Highs in the lower 80’s.

Heading into mid next week, we do see an overall shift in the wind flow aloft which will bring overall cooler and less humid air back into the region through late week. Tuesday through Thursday, there will be the small chance for a scattered shower or thunderstorm with pockets of dry time in between. Highs in the upper 70’s.

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