JAMESTOWN – Jamestown’s official High yesterday was 69, recorded at 4:00 PM. While a couple 60s are in the forecast, we likely won’t be that warm again for awhile.
A Low pressure area down to our South is producing some scattered showers across Western New York during the next few days.
Rain will be more prevalent throughout the day tomorrow, but some breaks in the rain coverage is likely.
However, do not count on any sunshine for Wednesday. The clouds will be still be stubborn, much like they are today.
Temperatures will be fluctuating throughout the week, but it will remain seasonable. None of that 30s and 40s we had for weeks on end.