EVENING: Cloudy and chilly. Temps in the 30s.
TONIGHT: Clearing skies and calm, low 26.
THURSDAY: Early morning sunshine, increasing clouds. High 40.
Other than flurrries, there wasn’t really much happening across the Midstate today. Some areas north of Interstate 80 did pick up a dusting of snow. In most cases, the northern tier of the state would be covered in at least some snow by now.
Skies clear tonight and that will lead us to the coldest night of the week as we dip into the 20s. The sun will be short lived Thursday with more clouds arriving later in the morning. Clouds last through the remainder of Thursday and Friday as we continue quiet and dry.
The start of the weekend will be active with a steady southerly breeze pushing record warm and showers into the area. Check out the details on Saturday below:
Sunday will be dry and breezy as the front exits. Looking ahead to next week shows a sunny, mild and quiet stretch from Monday through Thursday. High temperatures could near records again by next Thursday.
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder