Mostly Dry Columbus Day, Big Pattern Shift By Late Week

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JAMESTOWN – The remains of what is left of Delta will mostly bypass our area today, much cooler weather takes shape by late week. 






For Columbus Day, mostly cloudy with a rain shower possible. It will be breezy with highs in the low-60’s.

A weak cold front will pass by Tonight into Tomorrow that will bring a few showers, otherwise cloudy with lows in the upper-40’s.





High Pressure building in Tuesday afternoon will provide sunshine for both Tuesday and Wednesday with highs in the low-60’s. An early morning shower is possible Tuesday morning.

A low pressure system with its cold front will bring in a return for rain as well as gusty winds for Thursday. Gust as high as 45 M.P.H are possible ahead of the front.











Behind the system, highs next Friday and heading into the weekend will struggle to make it out of the upper-40’s.

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