Storms Return Wednesday With Overall Comfortable Air

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JAMESTOWN – Showers and thunderstorms will be making a comeback throughout the day on Wednesday but we stay relatively comfy in the humidity department through early next week.

Thanks to the passage of a Cold front Monday night, cooler and less humid air will continue to surge into the region throughout the remainder of this week. A few storms will be possible tomorrow afternoon with the potential a couple of them could be on the stronger side.

Mainly clear skies will take us through tonight. You can turn off those air conditioners and open the windows as it won’t be as mild or muggy. Some patchy fog could be possible in the Allegheny River Valley by morning. Lows 60 in the valleys, 65 at the Lake Erie shoreline.

The NOAA Storm Prediction Center has placed all of Western New York and Northwestern Pennsylvania under a low-end Marginal Risk, a level 1 out of 5, for severe thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon.

While the overall threat for a severe storm is rather low, a couple storms could become strong in isolated nature with the main threats being gusty winds and heavy rainfall. A touch of small hail could also be possible. Highs 77 to 85.

We’ll keep a small chance for a showers or thunderstorm through the day on Thursday and becoming much cooler. Highs in the mid 70’s.

High pressure will return for Friday and the first half of the weekend with a goos supply of sunshine and comfortable humidity. Highs in the upper 70’s.

A storm system moving over the region will bring a better chance for some showers and rumbles on Sunday and Monday. Temperatures will remain near average in the upper 70’s to near 80.

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