JAMESTOWN – It’s a sign of the times ahead as rather cool air dumps into the region tonight creating the first frost of the season for some.
The National Weather Service has issued a Frost Advisory for Cattaraugus and Allegany Counties, effective 1 a.m. until 9 a.m. Tuesday morning.
With a clearing sky and temperatures dropping into the mid 30’s along the valley locations, patches of frost will develop overnight. If you have any tender plants or vegetation outdoors, make sure you bring them inside or cover them up to prevent damage.
With some smoke filtering in from the wildfires out west, tonight’s sunset could be redder and smokier than normal. If you have a chance, get out and take a look.
After a very chilly start to the day on Tuesday, the aid of plentiful sunshine will help to make it look and feel a bit warmer. Highs 65 to 74.
We’ll have a brief return to some milder air on Wednesday with a good supply of sunshine. Highs in the upper 70’s.
There will be a small chance for an isolated shower through the day on Thursday as a storm system scoots by to our north. Otherwise, partial sunshine will be the story for much of the day. Highs in the lower 70’s.
Sunshine and fall-like air will take us through the end of the week of the weekend with highs in the 60’s with fair and cool nights.
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