JAMESTOWN – Summertime heat continues for the next few days, with the chance for pop-up storms each day.
We’ll close out the weekend on Sunday with partly to mostly cloudy skies and highs in the mid-80’s. A small chance for a shower or storm is possible. Keep in mind these storms are pop-up and scattered in nature and not everyone will see rain.
Tonight, partly cloudy skies with a slight chance for a shower or thunderstorm. Lows drop back to the low to mid-60’s.
The new week begins off with nearly identical weather days. Both Monday and Tuesday will see partly cloudy skies with chances for a few showers or storms. Highs both days in the low to mid-80’s. Monday the humidity will peak with dew points around 70.
A cold front passing by later Tuesday will provide for a brief cool down on Wednesday with highs in the upper-70’s and lower humidity.
The heat returns for Thursday and Friday before another stronger cold front moves in later on Friday.
We could see the remaining leftovers of Tropical storm Laura on Saturday. Although the official track is still to be determined. Behind this cold front and system, temperatures look to cool off heading into late next weekend. With temperatures possibly below average.
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