Crisp Night Ahead, Staying Comfy Until The Weekend

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JAMESTOWN – The cooler and mainly dry weather will stay with us throughout much of this week before the heat and humidity returns over the weekend with scattered storm chances next week.

After a disturbance cleared out of the area last night, an area of high pressure as moved in from northwest which will keep us cooler and mainly dry throughout the end of the week. However, as we head into next week summer heat and humidity will be building back into the region once again.

With a mainly clear sky tonight, temperatures will be allowed to slip back quite a bit by morning hours with some patchy fog overnight. The deepest valleys in the Southern Tier will likely drop into the upper 40’s, as indicated by the in-house FutureScan model.







Spots near the Lake Erie shoreline will stay the warmest in the upper 50’s. We’ll average out the low to around 51 near the city.













Tomorrow will be a fantastic weather day with mostly sunny skies, low humidity, and below-average temperatures. Highs 73 to 79.

While there will be a small chance for an isolated shower on Friday, much of the day will be dry with partly to mostly sunny skies. Highs in the upper 70’s.

As the pattern aloft starts to shift into a warmer flow, temperatures over the weekend will climb back into the lower 80’s with the humidity creeping us as well. We’ll stay on the drier side of things with a good supply of sunshine each day.

Heading into next week, we will reintroduce the chance for scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms with a much more humid airmass over the region. Each day will feature a good amount of dry time with partial sunshine. Highs in the lower to mid 80’s.

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