JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK (WNY NEWS NOW) – High pressure will build in over the region on Tuesday, providing dry and uneventful weather through the remainder of the work week.
With high pressure in control, partly to mostly sunny skies are in store for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and even into the start of the weekend.
Daily highs will gradually warm from the upper 60’s on Tuesday to the the mid 70’s by the end of the week.
Overnight lows will be cool. Ranging from the 40’s inland to the mid 50’s near Lake Erie.
The next best chance for any rain will not likely come until Sunday as a low pressure system is forecasted to track north into the area sometime by Sunday and Monday of next week. However, track and timing of this system are still too early to know.
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