BREEZY WINDS THROUGH SUNDAY
A week cold front approaching the region has increased clouds, and they stick around through the evening hours. The front lacks a lot of moisture, meaning we stay dry. Clearing gradually moves in through the night as the front exits. Lows are in the middle to upper 30s for most. Winds turn quite breezy too overnight, and this sticks around through Sunday. Gusts reach anywhere from 20 to 30 miles per hour. Expect plenty of sunshine, but there will likely be some extra clouds along the northern parts of the region. Some sprinkles are possible there too. Highs reach the lower to middle 50s.
MIDWEEK COLD BLAST
Clouds increase quickly on Veterans’ Day with the approach of a potent cold front. Temperatures are slightly cooler than Sunday’s readings. As the front slides through overnight Monday, a few sprinkles or flurries are possible, lasting into the morning. Nothing major is expected. Tuesday, a cold punch of air begins to move into the Lower Susquehanna Valley. Highs are contained into the lower 40s, with a few locations likely stuck in the 30s. It’s mostly cloudy with some lake effect rain or snow showers possible as the colder air rushes in over the warm lakes. No significant precipitation is expected. Wednesday is the coldest day of the week, with a little more sunshine. Despite the sunshine, it will be a struggle for temperatures to even reach the 40 degree mark.
A southwesterly flow begins to develop Thursday, and this helps to warm temperatures back up through the end of the week. Temperatures warm from the 40s into the lower 50s Thursday into Friday. Skies are sunny as well both days. Clouds begin to build back Saturday with the approach of our next system. Highs are in the middle 50s by then.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!