Potential For A Few Spot Showers; October Will Start On A Mild Note

JAMESTOWN – A bit of a more quieter weather pattern will be in place for the next 24 hours or so before a better chance for some showers late this week.
While today should be mainly dry, the potential does exist for a few spotty to isolated showers through the afternoon hours. Any showers that popup will not be anything major.
The majority of the day on Friday should be dry but a better chance of rain will come during the nighttime hours. If you’re heading to Trojan Field in West Seneca for the Red Raiders game, bring the poncho or an umbrella.

Showers look to continue early on Saturday but the second half of the weekend will be dry with partial sunshine.
Monday starts October but it certainly will not feel like it. The NOAA Climate Prediction Center has much of the Southern Under under a 60% chance for seeing above average temperatures through the first week of October, with a 50% chance for the remainder of Western New York.

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