JAMESTOWN – We’re going to be slapped back into reality this weekend with much colder temperatures along with some rain showers from time to time.
Friday has been absolutely perfect day with lots of sunshine and near record highs. However, a Cold front that will slide on through tonight will bring another chance for showers over the first half of the weekend with temperatures falling below average once again.
Developing showers and thundershowers tonight with the passage of a Cold front. The winds will also increase overnight. Lows 40 in the valleys, 46 at the Lake Erie shoreline. Wind gusts could reach up to 40 MPH.
The best chance for rain on Saturday will be in the morning with partly to mostly cloudy skies for the remainder of the day. Quite chilly. Highs 43 to 49.
The sun will be out in good supply on Sunday but that won’t do much to warm us up with a chilly northern wind aloft. Highs 44 to 53.
A warm front will push into the Great Lakes region Sunday night bringing a return of showers which will linger into the morning and early afternoon hours on Monday. Highs in the lower 50’s.
Following right behind will be another cold front Monday night which COULD produce the Southern Tier’s first snowflakes of the season by Tuesday morning. However, that is not set in stone just yet as some guidance keeps the precipitation a cold rain. If the idea does indeed verify, any flakes that fall will not stick or accumulate.
Any precipitation should come to an end for the later part of the afternoon on Tuesday with highs in the mid 40’s.
We should be able to squeeze out a mainly dry day on Wednesday with a sun and clouds mix. Highs in the lower 50’s.
Another chance for showers will be likely on Tuesday with mostly cloudy intervals at times. Highs in the lower 50’s.
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