The National Weather Service has posted a Frost Advisory for most of our region late tonight as another round of patchy frost is possible. With clear skies to start the night, temperatures will fall easily into the 30s before clouds advance into Central PA. Expect lows to bottom out in the middle 30s, but some of the colder locations will touch the freezing mark. With lighter winds, the frost potential is very real, so bring in any plants that may be affected by the severe cold.
Monday will feature more in the way of clouds, with a general partly cloudy, to at times mostly cloudy sky. The day will not be a total loss, but will pale in comparison to the beautiful sunny skies of the weekend. Expect even more clouds for Tuesday as a storm skirts by to our east along the coast. Our best chance for rain looks to be Wednesday evening as a cold front arrives from the west.
Expect seasonal temperatures later in the week, with potentially some rain in the cards by next weekend.
-Meteorologist Ryan Coyle