Lots Of Sunshine For Thursday, Humidity Increases Through Friday

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JAMESTOWN – While the sunshine will return in good supply for Thursday, there will be a noticeable increase in the humidity values with a few showers and storms possible through the end of the workweek into the first half of the holiday weekend.

A broken line of light showers have formed ahead of a weak cold front across the Niagara Peninsula, however the majority of these showers are breaking apart and fading away as they move closer to the region. With that said, we will not rule out the chance for an isolated light rain shower or sprinkle throughout the afternoon hours today. The sunshine will be back out in full force on Thursday as we see an increase in the heat and humidity value s once again. The first half of the holiday weekend is looking a bit wet while the second half will be much drier with lots of sun.

Partly cloudy tonight, chance for an early light rain shower or sprinkle. Milder. Lows 53 in the valleys, 61 at the Lake Erie shoreline.

The heat and the humidity ticks up once again for Thursday with bright sunshine across the region. Highs 81 to 88.

As the humidity continues to increase, that could fire up a few widely scattered showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon on Friday. Mostly sunny and hot. Highs 82 to 90.

While Saturday will not be a total washout, there will be more in the coverage of scattered showers and maybe even a few rumbles throughout the day. Partly sunny with highs in the upper 70s.

Temperatures come down a bit for Sunday with a good mix of clouds and sunshine. Highs around 80.

We will stay dry for Independence Day (Monday) with partly to mostly sunny skies. Highs in the lower 80s.

There will the chance for a couple scattered showers on Tuesday but much of the day will be dry with partly to mostly sunny skies. Highs in the lower 80s.

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