JAMESTOWN – Temperatures have finally made into 40s and we’ve seen some peak of sun at times today; the first time in quite a while we’ve seen the sun around here.
There was some light drizzle in the Southern Tier early this morning, but the majority of the rain has been north of us in the Buffalo metro.
Tonight will be equally as calm with some patchy fog developing by morning, mainly along the Allegany River Valley.
The forecast for the weekend has started to become a bit tricky. Early on, we were expecting an all-rain event as a system squeaks by to the south and brushes the Southern Tier.
Now, it looks as if we could mix some snow and or freezing rain into the mix early on Sunday as temps will flirt around freezing.
Any freezing rain that accumulates early Sunday will not be a big headline however, it could be enough to make some roadways slick.
Colder air will be here to stay for early next week as we will struggle to hit the 30s on Tuesday. The good news is, that looks to be short lived as we will be back flirting with 40 by next Thursday.
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