JAMESTOWN – A cold front that passed by yesterday, will allow for cooler and dryer weather to close out the month of August.
Today a few early morning showers will give way to some afternoon sun as high pressure builds in. Highs today will range from the upper-60’s to low-70’s across the region.
For tonight, mainly clear skies with lows around 50.
With high pressure in control, tomorrow will be sunny with highs in the mid-70’s. A very small shower chance in possible in the afternoon.
The remainder of the week will be a bit more unsettled. As high pressure moves out Tuesday, a system passing to the south will bring in a chance for rain with highs in the mid to upper-70’s. Otherwise it will be mostly cloudy.
A passing warm front early Wednesday will allow the temperatures to reach the lower-80’s during the day before yet another cold front approaches the region late Wednesday into Thursday. Out ahead of this cold front, there is a chance for a few stronger to severe thunderstorms, although details are to be determined as time gets closer.
Behind this cold front late week temperatures will drop back into the mid-70’s as high pressure begins to return.
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