JAMESTOWN – After the passage of a cold front early on Saturday, a shot of cold fall air will over take the region through the end of the weekend.
Low pressure and its associated cold front will continue to cross the region through the day on Saturday. Showers and a few thunderstorms will be likely mainly early on in the day. The heavier rain will tapper off by the mid afternoon hours as the front pulls out of the region.
As the front moves through on Saturday, cold air will filter in behind it with temperatures in the upper-50’s to lower-60’s on Saturday and the low to mid-50’s by Sunday. The cooler air combined with still warm lake temperatures will allow for lake effect showers to set up Saturday night and into the day on Sunday.
A few lake effect showers will continue early Monday morning, but building in high pressure will put a cap to showers by the afternoon and evening hours.
High pressure will provide for sunny weather through at least Wednesday before a few showers return by the end of the week.
As for temperatures, the mid to upper-60’s return for the middle of the week and drop off a bit by weeks end.
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