Rain Becomes More Prevalent Next Week With Moderate Humidity

JAMESTOWN – Much of this week has been dry with a comfortable feel to the air. Things will be changing as we head into the weekend and into next week.
While we will warm up just a bit more on Friday, the humidity will continue to stay low, making it feel very nice.
Rain will come our way late Friday night, lasting through much of the upcoming week. While we don’t really need any rain down in the Southern Tier, this could be a blessing for those northward who have seen a lack of rain this season.
On the topic of dryness, areas north of Buffalo in the Niagara Frontier have been upgraded from a “D0” Abnormally Dry condition to a “D1” Moderate Drought condition on the¬†newest update to the US Drought Monitor, which was released by NOAA this afternoon.

July 19th update to the Drought Monitor shows areas north of Buffalo now under a “Moderate” Drought condition.

Jammers Forecast: The Jamestown Jammers are home tonight and will be hosting the Geneva Red Wings. The forecast couldn’t look any better for some baseball; clear skies and low humidity. First pitch is scheduled for 7:05 PM at Russell Diethrick Park. Go Jammers!
Jammers Forecast For July 19, 2018