JAMESTOWN – The comfortable weather will be quickly coming to an end as summer will be making a return over the next few days lasting into much of next week.
After starting out the day in the lower 50’s and a few upper 40’s in spots, tonight will will not be quite as chilly. With the presence of a weak surface boundary, a few showers and maybe a couple rumbles will be possible overnight. Lows 57 in the valleys, 63 at the Lake Erie shoreline.
The best chance for rain tomorrow will lie right with boundary near the New York/Pennsylvania state line. Areas to the north will likely stay dry with partial sunshine. Highs 70 to 77.
The weekend is looking fantastic with lots of sunshine each day and highs in the lower 80’s. However, the one wrinkle will be the humidity. It will be on its way up over the weekend bring that ‘stick’ back to the air.
We’ll stay on the direr side of things on Monday although quite warm and muggy. Highs in the mid 80’s.
There could be an afternoon shower or thunderstorm on Tuesday with partial sunshine. Highs in the lower 80’s.
We should be mainly dry once again on Wednesday with highs in the lower 80’s.
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