JAMESTOWN – The recent rain has been very beneficial to our drought conditions and a little bit more is on the way before we start a brief and dry warmup.
The same stalled front which brought us the rain yesterday continues to allow waves of low pressure to ride along it triggering off scattered to widespread showers across the region. Temperatures will start and uphill climb tomorrow and will last throughout the end of the week with some drier weather retuning as well.
This evening will start mainly dry with scattered showers redeveloping overnight. There could be a couple rumbles of thunder embedded within the heavier rain pockets. Temperatures rise overnight. Early lows 47 in the valleys, 53 at the Lake Erie shoreline, rising to 55-63 by morning.
On-again, off-again showers and maybe a thundershower will be likely throughout the day on Wednesday. Some moderate rainfall possible. Highs 62 to 67.
As high pressure starts to build into the region once again, the sun will be out in good supply on Thursday with some passing clouds at a times. Milder. Highs in the upper 60’s.
Friday will be the warmest day of the week with a great supply of sunshine to go around. There could be an isolated or spotty shower in the afternoon as a disturbance passes by to our north. Highs in the lower 70’s.
We’ll keep the chance for a spotty shower or two on Saturday as a cold front crosses the region but the majority of the day will be dry. Much cooler. Highs in the lower 50’s.
Sunday will be a nice day overall with mostly sunny skies and highs in the lower 50’s.
Another storm system looks to cross through the area early next week, brining some rain showers back into the picture on Monday with highs in the upper 50’s.
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