JAMESTOWN – Not much change in the forecast over the next several days with lots of sunshine and near record warmth through early next week.
High pressure has slid into the northeast and will stay parked over the region through the weekend into early next week. With a southerly wind flow aloft, that will continue to pump in milder air which could potentially tie or break record highs.
Mainly clear skies tonight with a stiff breeze. Lows 43 in the valleys, 52 at the Lake Erie shoreline.
Saturday will feature loads of sunshine with a few high clouds in the afternoon. Highs 64 to 71.
Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday could potentially be record busters with highs nearing 70 to the lower 70’s. Each day will feature a great deal of sunshine with fair nights.
A Cold front will start to cross the region Tuesday night which will usher in a few showers through Wednesday. While temps come down into the lower 60’s, we’ll still be relatively mild for this time of the year.
The sunshine will be back in good supply on Thursday with highs in the mid 50’s.
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