JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK (WNY NEWS NOW) – A weak front will drop through the region over the weekend. As a result, a few scattered showers will be possible but most of the weekend will be dry.
The front will begin to drop through the region Friday night and into early Saturday. The front will be rather weak so outside of a few isolated showers, Saturday will be mainly dry although with more clouds than sun.
Similar weather is expected for Sunday with a chance for a few scattered showers early on in the day. Clouds will partially clear through the afternoon hours leading to partly sunny skies in the afternoon.
Temperatures over the weekend will mainly be in the upper 40’s to lower 50’s.
Daylight Savings Time will end Sunday at 2AM. Before bed on Saturday, clocks move back an hour. It is also a good time to check and change the batteries in smoke detectors.
Better chances for rain will come by the middle of next week with a stronger low pressure system moving across the region.
Outside of that, temperatures will trend cooler from the start of the week towards the end of the week. With highs in the upper 50’s on Monday to the upper 30’s by Friday.
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