Remains Muggy Tomorrow, Much Cooler Air On The Way For The Weekend

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JAMESTOWN – We’ll have one more day of the humidity before a nice cool down will overtake the region lasting through the holiday weekend with the sun back in good supply.

Showers and a few thundershowers have developed out ahead of a series of an advancing Cold fronts that will sweep through over the next couple of days. We’ll bring in much cooler and refreshing air with a trough digging in later in the week.

The NOAA Storm Prediction Center has outlined much of the Southern Tier and Northwestern Pennsylvania under a low-end Marginal Risk of severe thunderstorms this afternoon.

While the overall setup is rather low, there could be a strong to severe thunderstorm this afternoon with the primary threats being gusty winds and heavy rain.

Early showers and rumbles will come to an end this evening with mostly cloudy skies overnight. Remaining muggy. Lows 58 in the valleys, 66 at the Lake Erie shoreline.

Tomorrow will start dry with a chance for a few scattered showers in the afternoon. Quite mild and muggy. Highs 76 to 84.

As a more potent front moves through Thursday night with an upper level trough digging in, the temperatures and humidity levels will drop for Friday with a good amount of sun to go around. Highs in the lower 70’s.

We’ll keep the sunshine and the cooler temperatures going right through the weekend with highs in the lower to mid 70’s each day.

Labor Day will be mainly dry with a few more clouds dotting the sky but remanding comfortable. highs in the lower 70’s.

As kids head back to school on Tuesday, they will be greeted with a good amount of sunshine and comfortable humidity. Highs in the upper 70’s.

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