JAMESTOWN – The unseasonably warm weather continues through at least mid-week, with record highs possible for Monday and Tuesday.
For Today, partly cloudy with highs around 70.
Tonight, clear skies with lows in the upper-40’s.
Both Monday and Tuesday will feature more sunshine and dry weather. Highs both days are projected to be in the lower-70’s. Temperature records maybe set both days. The record highs for Monday is 71 set in 2009, while the record high for Tuesday is 72 set in 1999.
A cold front will pass by early Wednesday morning, allowing for rain showers and a rumble of thunder or two. Otherwise it will be mostly cloudy with highs in the low to mid-60’s.
High pressure builds back in for Thursday and Friday and into next weekend. More dry Fall weather will return but with temperatures cooling to more seasonable feels with highs in the 50’s
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