JAMESTOWN – The weather pattern will remain fairly quiet throughout the remainder of the week with a good supply of sunshine each day and temperatures gradually climbing through the weekend.
A cold front to our north has bee the boundary keeping the clouds with us with a north to northwest wind flow. After the front moves through, we’ll see a return of sunshine on Wednesday with temperatures gradually warming up as the pattern shifts to favor a warmer flow aloft.
Partly cloudy skies will take us through this evening with skies becoming mainly clear overnight. Not as chilly or as breezy. Lows 34 in the valleys, 45 at the Lake Erie shoreline.
Tomorrow will feature a great amount of sunshine with temperatures budging up quite a few degrees. Highs 57 to 65.
Thursday will be another fantastic day with lots of sunshine and highs around 60.
As the Jet Stream pulls well to north by the end of the week, that will allow a big surge of warmer air to move in from the south. Temperatures on Friday will be in the lower 60’s, climbing to the upper 60’s by the weekend.
Both Sunday and Monday, we could be close to record warmth territory. The record high for Sunday is 73 set in 1938 while the record high for Monday is 71 set in 2009.
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