JAMESTOWN – We have been grazed with some well-needed rainfall over the past few days but things will be improving towards the end of the week before another shot a colder air makes it way in for the weekend.
We are on the backside of a warm front which passed through the region during the wee-morning hours. The front has been responsible for not only spiking our temperatures overnight but for some rain and rumbles. Another front bus fast on its heels which will drop temperatures later this afternoon but much milder air will prevail through Friday.
Mostly cloudy skies will start tonight with developing showers after midnight. Some patchy river valley fog possible. Lows 46 in the valleys, 54 at the Lake Erie shoreline.
After a morning shower on Thursday, skies will clear in the afternoon with a good supply of sunshine to go around. Much milder. Highs 66 to 74.
There could be an isolated shower or two on Friday but the majority of the day will be dry with mostly sunny skies. Very mild. Highs 69 to 77.
As another cold front crosses the region over the weekend, that will bring a return to fall-like air and showers from time to time as a wave of Low pressure rides along the front. The better chance of rain will be on Saturday with the frontal passage; become partly to mostly sunny for Sunday. Highs both day will be in the lower 50’s.
An unsettled pattern will be likely early next week as a deepening upper level trough moves eastward through the US. This will bring a better chance for showers Monday and Tuesday with highs in the upper 50’s.
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