CLOUDS STAY FOR THE WEEKEND
An upper level disturbance continues to bring clouds to the region, and they are sticking around through the rest of the weekend. A few flurries fall at times, especially during the evening, but soon fizzle out. The clouds will break apart a bit late during the overnight period, with lows in the upper 20s to near 30 degrees across the area. Clouds quickly return for Sunday, with the winds breezing up at times. Some late day sunshine tries to sneak in. Highs reach the middle to upper 30s.
MIDWEEK QUESTIONS PERSIST
Sunshine finally returns for Monday, but a storm system diving down from the west still poses questions for the Wednesday forecast. Tuesday, clouds begin to return as the storm approaches Central Pennsylvania. Wednesday through Thursday, forecast models continue to flip-flop between a southern track that results in minimal impact for us, and a more northern track that results in accumulating snow. This will likely continue for about another day or two before the models hone in on a more exact storm track. For now, it’s still too early to make a responsible call, but keep it in the back of your mind if you have any major midweek plans.
Regardless of what happens during the middle of the week, a warm pattern begins to set in after the storm exits to sea. Friday and Saturday will be filled with sunshine, and temperatures rise into the middle to upper 40s. A few 50 degree readings may not even be out of the question!
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!