Gloomy Skies and Much Needed Rain Heads Our Way

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We say good bye to the sunshine for a while as our weather will become unsettled the next several days keeping our chance for seeing bright skies slim.  High clouds have rolled in and they will thicken through the overnight.  Still expect to see temps drop into the upper 20s to around 30 overnight.

There is a chance for wet weather to move in early tomorrow morning from the west while temps are below freezing.  There could be a brief period of freezing rain in the higher elevations.  A FREEZING RAIN ADVISORY is only in effect from 4am to 9am for Mifflin & Juniata.  Most of the road ways will be fine due to recent mild temperatures.   Freezing rain is not much of a concern for the rest of the area.  Highs will be kept in the low 40s for Friday.

A frontal boundary will set up over the area through the weekend keeping the clouds and showers around.  Temperatures look to remain on the mild side for much of the period.  A stronger cold front comes through late Monday continuing the shower threat for early next week.  It will also return our temperatures to more seasonal norms Tuesday and Wednesday.

Have a nice night!

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