JAMESTOWN – We have a couple dry and sunny days ahead with temperatures becoming milder once again into the first half of the weekend with a small chance for a couple showers Saturday.
High pressure has nestled in to our southwest over Ohio which is leading to a good supply of sunshine with an impending but short-lived warmup. There will be the chance for a couple showers on Saturday but both weekend days should feature some pockets of dry time.
There will be a chance for an evening shower tonight otherwise partly to mostly cloudy and cooler. Lows 36 in the valleys, 45 at the Lake Erie shoreline. Light winds.
Tomorrow will feature a good supply of sunshine while being milder as well. Highs 65 to 74.
As a disturbance passes by to our north, there could be a couple scattered showers throughout the day on Saturday. However, there should be a good amount of dry time in between with partial sunshine while becoming milder. Highs 68 to 77.
We’ll be in good shape on Sunday with partly to mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid 60’s.
Early next week is still questionable as precipitation chances Monday and Monday night will be dependent on the track of the remnants of Hurricane Delta. While the National Hurricane Center forecasts Delta to dissipate over Tennessee on Sunday, tropical moisture could surge with impending disturbance with a trough moving in from the west.
If that ends up being the case, there will be on again, off again tropical rain showers throughout the day on Monday, ending on Tuesday with just a couple leftover showers. Highs both days will be in the mid 60’s.
The sun will be back in good supply on Wednesday but cooler after the trough moves in. Highs in the upper 50’s.
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