JAMESTOWN – A little bit of summer air will be the story through Wednesday before another cool down heads our way later this week lasting through the weekend.
An advancing weak Cold front will sweep through tonight and won’t provide much cooling. We’ll see an influx of humidity tomorrow before a more potent front moves through and changes our weather pattern right through the weekend.
Partly cloudy skies will be around with us this evening before becoming mainly clear overnight. The wind will also start to pick up after midnight. Lows 58 in the valleys, 65 at the Lake Erie shoreline. Southwest wind 5 to 10 MPH increasing to 7 to 14 MPH
A great supply of sunshine will take us through Wednesday with warmer and a bit muggier air. Highs 80 to 87.
After another Cold front passage, there could be a couple spotty showers Thursday with partly sunny skies otherwise. Cooler and less humid. Highs in the mid 70’s.
More sunshine will prevail through the day on Friday while still remaining cool and comfortable. Highs in the lower 70’s.
As we head into the weekend, a storm system pulling through the Great Lakes will bring us some rain showers on Saturday and increasing in coverage on Sunday. Current model data does not support thunderstorm development so will likely just be a cool fall rain. Highs in the lower to mid 70’s.
We’ll start to dry out on Monday with clouds mixing in with the sun. Still cool and comfortable. Highs in the lower 70’s.
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