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JAMESTOWN – A great Halloween will be in store before we bring in another chance for rain and snow showers over the second half of the weekend into early next week.
We’re on the heels of colder air that has poured in which has become the official point for some rain and snow showers to setup throughout the day on Friday. We’ll squeeze out a nice and dry day on Saturday before another storm system heads our way for Sunday which may produce another round of wintry precipitation across the area.
Early rain and snow showers will taper off overnight. Some partial clearing will be possible. Very cold. Lows 25 in the valleys, 33 at the Lake Erie shoreline.
As high pressure returns on Saturday, that will usher in a great supply of sunshine with becoming a bit warmer. Highs 44 to 53.
Saturday night is looking great for any safe Halloween festivities you may have planned. Mainly clear skies with morning lows 31 to 37.
As deep upper-level trough digs back into the Great Lakes on Sunday, rain showers will become more common throughout the day on Sunday with highs 41 to 48.
As the trough progresses eastward into our region, colder air will surge in and create a transition over to rain and snow showers which may become all snow for a period through Monday. While it is too early to through out snowfall projections, early data does not favor a big snow event with most accumulation likely along the hills of the Southern Tier. Highs in the mid 30’s.
We could be left with a couple leftover rain and snow showers on Tuesday with partial sunshine at times. Highs in the lower 40’s.
High pressure will move in on Tuesday with a big shift in the wind flow aloft which will allow warmer air to surge back in. A good amount of sunshine will take us through both Wednesday and Thursday with highs making a run at 60.
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