JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK (WNY NEWS NOW) – Scattered showers will be possible late Monday and into Tuesday. Warmer weather is then expected for the middle of the week.
Partly to mostly cloudy skies are in store for most of Monday. A few scattered showers will be possible later this evening and into tonight in association with a rather weak cold front.
Winds will be a bit breezy this afternoon with gust over 30 MPH, more so near the Lake Erie shoreline.
Clouds will clear out through the day on Tuesday, leading to partly sunny skies for the afternoon.
High temperatures Monday and Tuesday will be in the upper 40’s to near 50.
Under a ridge of high pressure, Wednesday and Thursday will feature partly to mostly sunny skies across the region.
Temperatures will climb well into the 50’s both days with some lower 60’s not out of the question.
A cold front is expected to cross Western New York on Friday with a round of rain showers accompanying it.
Behind the front, temperatures will cool off into next weekend.
Light lake effect rain or snow showers will be possible into the weekend as colder air filters in. Highs will drop back into the lower to mid 40’s.
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