TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy, a stray evening shower. Low 43. Winds: Light.
MONDAY: Milder, Fewer Clouds. High 67.
TUESDAY: Mild, Pleasant. High 70.
With dry air in place, temperatures will drop again to seasonable levels in the low 40s overnight. Some of these clouds also linger through Monday morning.
The early work week will continue the moderating trend as our flow turns more out of the south and west. This means the return of above average temps with 70 degrees at play Tuesday. However, a potent cold front will then cross Wednesday, bringing scattered rain showers with it, but more noticeably, much cooler air to end next week. Highs Thursday will only reach the mid-50s and overnight lows will drop into the 30s. It will turn windy as well making it feel even colder, but at this point frost is not a concern given the elevated winds. *If* some calmer weather comes into view for Wednesday and Thursday night we may have to call for areas of frost. Some lake enhanced snow showers will be possible across western and northwest PA. We do moderate back toward seasonable highs next weekend but showers will be possible by late Saturday.
-Meteorologist Dan Tomaso