TONIGHT: Steady Rain, Heavy at Times. Lo 40. Wind NE 5-10 mph.
SUNDAY: Periods of Rain Ending As Some Wet Afternoon Snow. Hi 40, Temperatures Falling into the 30s.
MONDAY: Windy, Seasonal Temperatures. Hi 43. Wind NW 5-15 mph, Gusting to 35 mph.
Rain has been consistent today and after a bit of a break early this evening, is beginning ramp up again. This trend will continue toward midnight with rounds of heavy rain possible into the overnight hours. With some locations already picking up an inch of rain today, it's not out of the question we see minor flooding in areas that get hit hardest overnight. Temperatures will slide into the lower 40s as winds remain elevated.
Rain will continue Sunday as another area of low pressure strengthens along the coast. As cold air continues to be pulled south on the back side of this low, the rain could end as some wet snow especially over the higher elevations. With temperatures expected to remain above freezing during the afternoon, little to no accumulation is expected across the Susquehanna Valley.
The high temperature Sunday is likely to be reached during the morning before temperatures slide into the 30s for the afternoon.
We dry out for the new work week but winds increase Monday afternoon with gusts near 40 mph Monday night into Tuesday morning. Tuesday will be cold, but milder air returns for the rest of the week. It does appear yet another soaker could be coming by late Thursday.
-Meteorologist Dan Tomaso and Adis Juklo