Cooler Days Ahead; Potential For Tropical Rain Showers From Gordon Late This Week

JAMESTOWN – The muggies are finally retreating out of the area thanks to a Cold front that is moving across the region. We are keeping our eyes on the remnants of Tropical Depression Gordon, as we may catch some of that tropical moisture over the weekend.
While today will be cooler, the humidity will only come down a little bit. We won’t see the humidity finally come down to more reasonable levels until tonight when front moves further to the east
Besides for a few isolated showers early on Friday, both Friday and Saturday should be mainly dry with more clouds than sun. Saturday will be cool with highs in the upper 60s. We also do expect some areas of the Southern Tier to dip into the 40s Saturday night!
Tropical Depression Gordon has further weakened into a remnant Low overnight and thus the National Hurricane Center issued their final Advisory on Gordon at 2 AM. We are still expecting the remnant circulation to pass through the Ohio River Valley over the weekend and bring us the chance for some tropical rain.
The timing will likely be late Sunday throughout the day on Monday. Heavy rain and gusty winds of around 30-35 MPH are possible as the Low moves through.