A quiet weather week ahead
DIGGING OUT: As we continue to dig out from the record breaking snowfall across south-central Pennsylvania, the week ahead still looks mostly quiet, leaving plenty of time to get sidewalks and driveways cleared. Look for milder temperatures to return by the weekend!
COLD START TO THE WEEK: Monday starts out on the cold side with morning lows around 10 degrees. Luckily, north winds are light so wind chills are not a factor. High pressure on Monday will shift to the east but still have enough impact to provide another decent day with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the low 30s.
Low pressure will track northeast across the central Great Lakes and into eastern Canada on Tuesday and may bring our next chance for precipitation. High temperatures will make it into the upper 30s ahead of a cold front, but at this time the system lacks much moisture to play with, so the chance for only a few brief rain/snow showers are possible.
THE WEEK AHEAD: Temperatures begin to moderate with milder readings expected as we head into late week, and the weekend. We break through the freezing point on Friday with temperatures in the mid 30s, and gradually make it to near 40 on Sunday!
Have a great week!