High pressure currently in control of the weather gives us a seasonably chilly night. Temperatures quickly tumble during the evening hours and skies quickly clear. Conditions remain mostly clear through the night, with lows in the lower to middle 40s. High pressure begins slipping away with the approach of our next cold front. This begins to increase clouds Saturday morning. It’s mostly cloudy and breezy during the afternoon. A chance for some late day showers enters the picture later in the day. Highs reach the lower to middle 60s. Skies dry out for Sunday. Expect a mixture of sunshine and clouds with cooler temperatures. High temperatures reach the upper 50s to near 60 degrees.
Monday is a bit warmer with plenty of sunshine. Highs reach the lower to middle 60s after a chilly start in the upper 30s to lower 40s. Tuesday a potent cold front approaches from the northwest. It brings clouds and the chance for a few showers until it passes through. Highs are near 60 degrees, with cooler air rushing in late in the day.
CHILLY FALL AIR MASS SETTLES IN
A burst of fall is on the way for the end of the week. Cold air in the wake of the cold front begins spilling into the Lower Susquehanna Valley Tuesday night. Highs are expected to only reach the 50s Wednesday through Friday. The cool air aloft allows plenty of clouds to bubble up too, mainly during the afternoon. Some lake induced showers are also possible, mainly for the northwestern parts of the area. Chilly nights are expected as well. Lows will be in the middle to upper 30s Thursday and Friday morning. Agricultural interests will needs to keep an eye on the forecast for potential frosts and/or freezes for parts of the region those mornings. Stay tuned!
Have a great weekend!