JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK (WNY NEWS NOW) – The weekend will feature periods of showers, breezy winds, and chilly temperatures. The weather will trend drier and warmer for a bit heading into the middle of next week.
A slow moving system will keep rain showers in the forecast for Saturday and into Sunday. Outside of these showers it will be mostly cloudy with highs both days in the 40’s. Highs on Sunday may not make it out of the 30’s.
Winds will gust around 25-30 on Saturday with gust up to 35 MPH on Sunday.
Overnight lows Saturday will drop into the upper 30’s to lower 40’s with overnight lows Sunday night near freezing. This may allow for the development of frost and freeze conditions Sunday night.
Mainly dry weather will be in place from Monday through the middle of next week with high pressure overhead.
Temperatures will start off below average on Monday, climbing to the mid 60’s by the middle of the week.
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