Light Rain And Below Average Temperatures Through Mothers Day Weekend

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JAMESTOWN – As we head into Mothers Day weekend, chances for showers will continue with high temperatures below our normal average of 66. 

Light rain showers will continue through this afternoon as a disturbance passes through the region. Showers will taper off from west to east as we head into the evening hours. Highs near 45 this afternoon.

It should be dry across Western New York tonight, rain showers will linger further east you go. A sprinkle is still possible across the Western portions of the area with mostly cloudy skies. Patchy fog develops late in the over night hours. Lows in the lower-30’s.

Scattered rain showers stick around for early Saturday. Some sun may break out into the afternoon hours as weak high pressure builds in later in the day. Highs a bit warmer in the low-50’s.

Partly cloudy skies will start off on Sunday, although a warm front passing to our south will bring in a few rain showers in for the afternoon hours. Highs in the low to mid-50’s.

Light showers will persist on Monday as the cool pattern we have been in continues. We will have some dry time on Monday with limited sun. Tuesday should be partly to mostly cloudy, yet a few showers remain possible. Highs both Monday and Tuesday in the lower-50’s.

We’ll begin to dry out and warm up a bit as we get into mid to late week. Highs look to return back to the low-60’s by Wednesday and Thursday of next week.

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