Scattered flurries and clouds will quickly crumble through the evening hours, leaving skies clear across Central Pennsylvania. The winds will still be fairly breezy, but they will let up a little close to daybreak. Lows will fall into the teens, but wind chill factors will be in the single digits to even near zero at times. Make sure you have an extra blanket or two tonight!
WARMING, THEN COOLER AGAIN
Monday will bring lots of sunshine across the area, and temperatures will begin to warm. Only a few high clouds pass through during the afternoon. The winds will also be light across the area. Overnight Tuesday, clouds begin to build throughout Central Pennsylvania ahead of our next storm system, and it could bring a brief wintry mix on the onset of the precipitation before quickly changing to rain showers. It’s a small window of opportunity, and does not look to be much of a concern at this point in time. Highs will climb into the 40s Tuesday. It’s back to cooler temperatures in the middle and upper 30s Wednesday and Thursday. Expect plenty of sunshine, with a few more clouds and possibly a few flurries to the northwest on Wednesday. The winds will also be gusting up Wednesday, and then relax on Thursday.
MORE MIXING MAYHEM
It seems like we just can’t get enough of these storms that bring wintry mix potential. Once again, some icing is possible Friday with the approach of our next storm. With temperatures rising above freezing Friday, there will eventually be a changeover to some rain. For now, Saturday is looking mainly dry with some sunshine returning. Sunday looks to bring more by way of sunshine. Temperatures will hover in the 40s through the weekend.
Have a great week!