Showers Increase Tomorrow; Warmth Coming For The Weekend

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JAMESTOWN – It will be getting wet once again across the region as showers and thundershowers increase tonight through the day on Tuesday with temperatures creeping up by the weekend.

A storm system located to our northwest over the upper Great Lakes will be the focal point for some showers and thunderstorms over the next couple of days. While temperatures will be below average for this time of the year, we will go right back into a warming trend over the weekend.

Showers and thunderstorms will be commonplace tonight while remaining milder and muggier. Lows 62 in the valleys, 68 at the Lake Erie shoreline. Light winds.

As the storm system moves close to the region, we’ll still be in some showers and storms throughout the day on Tuesday while temperatures remain rather cool for this time of the year; 73 to 81.

As Tropical Storm Isaias rides along the east coast, there could be some limited tropical moisture pulling into the region as Isaias starts to interact with the advancing storm system.

However, any impacts will be very minimal in nature with just a couple tropical showers mixing in. The bigger impacts will stay further south and east of the region.

As a deep trough moves in on Wednesday, highs will go down into the lower 70’s with some partial sunshine and a sporty shower. Overnight lows will dip into the lower 50’s with some spots in the deepest valleys possibly going down into the upper 40’s.

Sunshine will return on Thursday with highs in the upper 70’s.

As warmer air starts to move into the region over the weekend, highs will go above average once again in the lower to mid 80’s with moderate humidity.

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