Sunshine returns but the chill stays

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QUIET PATTERN CONTINUES:  The coldest air remains locked to our north and several weak impulses will move through over the next two days.  So, that means our weather pattern stays quiet and just a bit cold for this time of year.  Sunshine is back at it today though.  Expect highs in the low 30s with a westerly breeze.  A few clouds will slide in this afternoon and evening as a disturbance moves through.  No big changes here though.

Tonight, we’re back to near 20° for lows. Friday, more sun and less cold air, yay!  Highs will hit the middle 30s.  Great way to end the short holiday week!

WEEKEND!:  Saturday is shaping up to be a good looking day. High pressure squeezes in from the south giving us a warming westerly flow.  Highs should hit the upper 30s with sunshine to start the day, fading to some clouds later.  We’re dry though.  Good news for the Farm Show this weekend in Harrisburg.

Sunday, we’ll watch a quick moving system slide into the state form Canada.  This will have enough moisture for clouds and maybe a few flurries in spots.  It will feel colder on Sunday too with highs in the mid 30s.

NEXT WEEK WARM-UP: The cold shot will be short lived Sunday.  Warming is anticipated as southerly flow sets up shop for the week ahead.  We warm form the upper 30s Monday to the mid 40s by Wednesday!  A storm system should develop to close out next week.  More details as we know them

Here’s to a fantastic Thursday!

– Jeff Jumper, Fox43 Morning Meteorologist
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