COLD A LITTLE LONGER
The clouds and cold stick around through the evening hours, with another round of light snow showers or flurries likely before a clipper system pulls away from the Lower Susquehanna Valley. Overnight is dry, with temperatures gradually falling into the lower 20s, with some spots reaching the upper teens. Breezes pick up late, and the clouds begin to break apart. This leads to some more sunshine Wednesday, but temperatures are still on the colder side. Highs hover near the freezing mark. A southwesterly flow kicks in Thursday, and this warms temperatures closer to seasonable averages. Highs are near 40 degrees. Friday is even milder, with highs in the middle 40s. There is a chance for some showers as our next cold front approaches later in the day.
Saturday may be the first day of winter, but it will not feel like it. Temps remain above seasonable averages through Sunday. Readings make it into the 50s Saturday, and even reach the 60s on Sunday! Friday evening’s cold front looks to hang across the region through weekend, keeping the shower chance alive. Bring the umbrella for any remaining holiday shopping adventures!
BACK TO AVERAGE
Monday skies clear out, and temperatures begin to tumble as the cold front clears the area. Temperatures drop into the 40s by the afternoon. Seasonably cold air sticks around for Christmas Eve, with highs in the upper 30s. There will be some sunshine too across the area.
Have a great night!