JAMESTOWN – Slightly more humid conditions return for the second half of the weekend with unsettled weather to begin off the new work week.
Today we’ll see mostly sunny skies with highs in the low to mid-80’s. A very small risk for a rain shower mainly to the north with dew points rising into the mid-60’s.
For tonight, partly cloudy with lows in the lower-60’s.
Tomorrow the mercury rises a bit more with highs in the mid to upper-80’s and dew points in the upper-60’s to near 70. Otherwise it will be partly cloudy with scattered pop-up showers or storms possible.
A cold front will approach the region later on Tuesday. Partly cloudy skies with a few showers and a scattered stronger storms are possible out ahead of the front. Highs on Tuesday around 85.
The front will stall out to the east after passing our area. This will remain the chance for a few showers and storms the rest of the week, but there should be plenty of dry time each day, with temperatures in the lower-80’s and comfortable humidity levels.
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