JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK (WNY NEWS NOW) – A cold front will cross the region early on Saturday with a round of light rain showers. After some dry weather in the afternoon, more rain is expected for Sunday and into Monday of next week.
A brief period of showers will occur early on Saturday with the passing of a weak cold front. Showers will end through the afternoon with some sunshine possible in the afternoon behind the front.
High temperatures will be in the lower 60’s to start the day, dropping through the 50’s in the afternoon.
A stronger system will move across the Great Lakes from Sunday and into Monday.
Periods of rain and scattered showers will be common place on Sunday and through the first half of Monday. Rain should be on the lighter side with some pockets of moderate rain possible.
Temperatures will only be in the 40’s for both Sunday and Monday.
Most of next week will be on the chillier side with temperatures generally in the upper 30’s to mid 40’s.
Halloween is looking mainly dry outside of a few scattered rain showers with any snow showers confined to the highest hilltops.
Chances for rain and higher elevation snow showers will continue through mid-week.
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