JAMESTOWN – The weekend will remain a bit unsettled across the region, however there will be plenty of dry time with a slight increase in the temperatures.
Light scattered showers will continue through the rest of this Friday afternoon. Otherwise mostly cloudy skies with highs in the lower-40’s.
Mostly cloudy skies with a chance for a shower or two tonight, lows in the lower to mid-30’s.
Spotty light shower chances will continue for both weekend days. Neither day will be a complete washout as there will be plenty of dry time mixed in with a bit more sun on Sunday than there will be for Saturday. Highs on Saturday near 50 into the mid-50’s on Sunday.
A weak disturbance will keep a slight chance for showers in the forecast on Monday with partly cloudy skies. Highs a bit warmer near 60.
A strong cold front will push through later on Tuesday into Wednesday. Highs behind the front in the upper-50’s for Tuesday will drop into the upper-40’s for Wednesday and Thursday.
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