The clouds continue to break this apart this evening, and the winds relax a bit, leaving just a cold night across the Central Pennsylvania. Lows dip into the lower to middle 20s across the area.
SUNSHINE MAKES A BRIEF VISIT
Monday high pressure takes control of the weather, with lots of the sunshine across the area. A few clouds pass by from time to time, otherwise it will be seasonably mild with highs in the lower to middle 40s.
UNSETTLED END TO FEBRUARY
Late Monday night clouds begin to increase as yet another storm system approaches from the southwest. It takes the track of the last several storms, and therefore brings mainly rain Tuesday, but there is a brief window of opportunity for a wintry mix to start before the transition to rain. Highs reach the lower 40s by the afternoon. An area of low pressure at the upper levels of the atmosphere settles over the area, and it sticks with us through the rest of the week. Clouds and cool temperatures are expected as February turns to March. Wednesday through Friday, some light rain and snow showers are expected. Temperatures begin in the lower 40s Wednesday and are down into the lower 30s by Friday.
The upper level area of low pressure is very slow to leave, keeping clouds across Central Pennsylvania through next weekend as it continues shifting east. There’s still the chance for a few sparse light flurries, with highs in the lower 40s to upper 30s.
Have a great week!