JAMESTOWN – ‘Tis the season of cooler temperatures and that will certainly be the case heading into the next few days with some rain likely during the second half of the weekend.
We are on the northern side of a frontal passage which has shifted our wind direction more to the north, bring in cooler air to the region. A storm system pulling into the Great Lakes will spawn some showers around the area on Sunday before drier and cooler air returns next week.
With a clearing sky tonight, many locations around the Southern Tier will drop into the 40’s overnight with some areas of patchy fog developing along the river valley locations. Lows 43 to 52.
Tomorrow will be a great day with partly to mostly sunny skies while being milder. Few more clouds towards late afternoon. Highs 70 to 78.
A disturbance moving through the Great Lakes will push towards the region Saturday night, bringing a chance for some rain showers overnight with those showers becoming more commonplace throughout the day on Sunday. Some rumbles of thunder could be possible as well. Highs 67 to 75.
High pressure will slide in from the northwest on Monday with the sunshine coming back in full force throughout the middle of the week. However, with a northerly wind flow aloft, that will hold down our temperatures quite a bit into the mid to upper 60’s before warming up again by late week.
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