JAMESTOWN – A “highway” of moisture streaming up from the Gulf of Mexico will give us the chance for a few spotty showers and thunderstorms, along with increasing the humidity levels.
While the chances of rain are only running 25 to 35%, the probability is there to catch a shower or a storm as we work through the afternoon into the evening. The cloud cover will also continue to remain stubborn, which will hold down our temperatures into the 70s.
Looking into the weekend, the rain chances begin to decrease and become replaced with humidity. While the majority of the weekend should be dry with some sunshine, there will be a noticeable stick in the air.
It looks like temps begin to trend back to below-average by mid next week, with only a limited chance for some showers.