Cooler Sunday Proceeds A Early Week Warm-Up

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JAMESTOWN – The back half of the weekend will be dry and seasonable, before a gradual warm-up begins on Labor Day.

A beautiful Sunday is in store. Partly Cloudy with highs in the low to mid-70’s.

For tonight, a warm front will slowly approach the area that may touch off a shower or two, otherwise it will be partly cloudy with lows around 60.

A system passing by to the north will slowly pass by the region early on in the new week. A warm front will stall out over the area Monday afternoon that will provide for a chance for a few showers or storms on Labor Day, otherwise it will be partly cloudy. Temperatures will range greatly tomorrow depending on if we lie in the warmer or cooler sector of the front. Southeast of the front temperatures will reach the lower-80’s while the cooler section of the front will be in the lower to mid-70’s.







As the warm front pushes through the area on Monday night into Tuesday, temperatures to reach the lower-80’s for mid-week with moderate humidity. Temperatures will reach their peak on Wednesday with highs in the mid-80’s. Both days will see sunshine with a chance for a shower.

The forecast gets more difficult for later in the week, that will be more determined as the week progresses.













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