Remaining Muggy, Cooler Weather On Tap To Start Fall

JAMESTOWN – The remnants of Florence may have moved out of the area but the humidity sticks around for a little while longer.
Today should be a nice partly to mostly sunny day with temps in the mid to upper 70s. But the humidity will still a factor, adding that stick to the air once again.
A weak Cold front will move across the region tomorrow, providing relief in the humidity department, but should produce little to no rain across Western New York.
The better chance of rain comes with a more potent Cold front on Friday. While there could be some heavier downpours, we do not expect that front to be a severe weather producer at this time.
Behind the front, the temperatures come down into the 60s for early next, starting Fall in a cooler than average pattern (we should be close to 70).
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