JAMESTOWN – Some cooler and refreshing air will be coming on in as we head throughout the next couple of days with the holiday weekend looking mainly dry with a good supply of sunshine.
A Cold front will be moving through tonight which may bring couple showers after midnight tonight but will usher in some cooler and much more refreshing air which will stay with us throughout the Labor Day weekend.
Tonight will start dry with partly to mostly skies. As the front approaches, high resolution modeling has been sparking up a line of showers ahead of the front around midnight. Those showers will fade away as they work south and east overnight with all of the rain gone by around 3 a.m. Morning lows 56 in the valleys, 63 at the Lake Erie shoreline.
After the frontal passage, a surge of cooler air will be allowed to sag southward into the region from Canada with a more northerly flow aloft. Highs tomorrow will be held down but with plenty of sunshine. Highs 66 to 74.
We will continue to be in good shape right through the holiday weekend with a good supply of sunshine each day with comfortable humidity with highs in the upper 60’s to lower 70’s each day.
Labor Day itself is looking mainly dry with just a small chance for a morning shower otherwise partial sunshine and highs in the lower 70’s.
Heading into mid next week, another pool of warmer air looks to come in Tuesday and Wednesday with the humidity increasing as well. Tuesday should be mainly dry with only a small chance for a shower or thundershower on Wednesday with highs going back to around 80 degrees.
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