JAMESTOWN – A cold front will bring a few afternoon showers on Saturday, followed by lake effect rain on Sunday.
After a dry and sunny start to Saturday, clouds will increase through the afternoon ahead of an approaching cold front. Showers will arrive by the late afternoon and evening hours. A rumble of thunder or two is not out of the question. Before the cold front arrives, temperatures will reach the upper-60’s to lower-70’s in some spots.
Lake effect rain showers will develop overnight tonight with lows in the upper-40’s.
Lake effect rain showers will be possible as well through the day Sunday and into Monday, mainly East and South East off Lake Erie. Outside of any showers, generally partly cloudy skies will prevail. Highs in the lower-60’s for Sunday and mid to upper-60’s for Monday.
High pressure will then provide for a prolonged dry stretch of sunny weather Tuesday right on through Thursday. A chance for a few showers may try to work back in by the end of the week. High temperatures for the rest of the week will be close to average each day in the upper-60’s to near 70.
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