Mainly Quiet Weather Expected This Weekend

JAMESTOWN – High pressure moving across the area will provide for generally dry and comfortable weather this weekend. Rain chances will be in the forecast for much of next week.

After some early morning fog early on Saturday, the rest of the day will feature mostly sunny skies. Temperatures will be in the mid-70’s.

Partly cloudy skies overnight Saturday with lows in the 50’s.

Sunday will continue to be a mainly dry day, although there will be more clouds around. A slight chance for isolated showers are possible later in the day. Highs in the mid to upper-70’s.

The main theme of the weather next week will be the daily chances for isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms Monday through Thursday as a series of weak disturbances cross the region.

No day will be a complete washout as there will be plenty of dry time mixed in.

As far as temperatures go, high temperature through the week will ride in the lower to mid-70’s as a cool Canadian air mass provides the region with these cooler temperatures and a break from the heat and humidity.

The end of the week and into next weekend will trend dryer with highs in the upper-70’s for Friday.

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