JAMESTOWN – Things will be getting much better in the weather department over the next couple of days with sunnier skies and a big warmup as we head towards the weekend.
The passage of a cold front will bring in one more day of cooler air then it will be back to the warmer and sunny stuff for the weekend. We are keeping our eyes on Hurricane Delta as the remnants could make a run up the northeast early next week.
A few scattered showers will be possible overnight tonight with partly to mostly cloudy intervals. It will be breezy in the evening with wind gusts possibly up to 35 MPH. Lows 40 in the valleys, 57 at the Lake Erie shoreline.
A morning shower will be possible on Thursday which will then give way to partly to mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. Cooler. Highs 53 valleys, 61 lakeshore.
As high pressure slides in on Friday, we will be warming back up throughout the weekend while remanding rather dry. Each day should feature a good supply of sunshine and highs in the upper 60’s and Friday.
There could be a spotty to isolated shower Saturday and Sunday but the overall chance is small. For now, we are going on the drier and sunnier side with high in the lower to mid 70’s each day.
The remnants of what is now Hurricane Delta may make a run up the Ohio River Valley into the northeast early next week. While computer forecast modeling has little agreement at this time, the potential does exist for Western New York and Northwestern Pennsylvania to receive some tropical-like rain showers either Monday or Tuesday.
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