JAMESTOWN – A brief break in the humidity will be coming our way for Wednesday but more heat and humidity is on the way for the rest of the week into the weekend.
A Cold front lurking back to the west will be moving through tonight will will provide some relief from the humidity for Wednesday. However, that relief will be short lived as another surge of warm and sticky air will be making its way into the region later this week.
Any showers or thundershowers will come to an end this evening leaving us with mostly cloudy skies overnight. Some patchy valley fog will be likely by the morning in the valley locations of the Southern Tier. Lows 58 in the valleys, 66 at the Lake Erie shoreline.
Coming up this evening at 6:30 p.m. will be the Toronto Blue Jays first home game at Sahlen Field in downtown Buffalo. While no spectators are allowed, the game will go off just fine with temperatures dropping into the mid 70’s throughout the game with partly to mostly cloudy skies.
Tomorrow will be fantastic weather day with lots of sunshine and less humidity. Highs 77 to 85.
The Perseid Meteor Shower peaks this week and tomorrow night is looking like the best night to get out and view it. The meteor shower originates from the Swift-Tuttle comet with a peak velocity of 37 miles per second.
Head into the county away from city lights and bring you binoculars and telescopes with you for the best viewing experience.
As the flow shifts back to a warmer and humid pattern once again for Thursday, the stickies will be making a return for the remainder of the week. However, we should be mainly dry with a good supply of sunshine. High in the mid 80’s.
We will reintroduced the chance for scattered afternoon showers and storms Friday through Sunday with a good amount of sunshine each day. Highs in the lower to mid 80’s.
A disturbance moving by may bring us a better chance for showers and thunderstorms throughout the day on Monday. While the temperatures will come down a bit into the upper 70’s, it will still remain quite muggy during this period.
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