Dry, Sunny Weather Stays Strong For Upcoming Week With Temps In The 60s

JAMESTOWN – High Pressure will continue to dominate the regional weather through much of the upcoming week, with a slow gradual increase in temperatures.

Today will be a repeat of yesterday, all-be-it a tad bit warmer. Sun filled skies with highs in the low-60’s.

Clear skies continue tonight with lows dropping into the low to mid-30’s. Frost and freeze advisories will more than likely be issued again.

Dry and sunny conditions look to hold steady through at least Wednesday. Highs in the mid-60’s for Monday and Tuesday, eventually reaching the low-70’s by Wednesday.

Looking to the end of next week, there is a slight chance of a shower for Thursday, otherwise the sunny weather looks to continue with highs rebounding into the mid-70’s

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