A light northwesterly flow has generated a bit of lake response this morning, keeping the clouds around and some flurries to the northwestern counties of Mifflin, Juniata, and Perry. No accumulations are expected. Sunshine is starting to break in, and it will continue to do so through the afternoon. A wind shift will end the flurry activity to the northwest, courtesy of high pressure building in from the west. As the clouds begin to crumble, temperatures will rise into the middle to upper 30s. Skies won’t completely clear until the overnight period.