TONIGHT: Partly Cloudy, Colder. Lo 30. Winds: Light.

TUESDAY: Increasing Clouds. Hi 47. Winds: Light.

WEDNESDAY: Periods of Rain, Mild & Blustery. Hi 58.Winds S 10-20 mph, becoming W 10-20 mph.

Today was a typical November fall day in the Midstate. Clouds and chilly northwest flow prevailed. Even though temperatures did climb to near 50°, it never felt that mild with the strong northwesterly breeze. Those winds do calm down tonight and skies will clear after sunset. Lows tonight will drop to near 30°.

Tomorrow may start sunny in the early morning hours, but clouds quickly roll back in ahead of the next front. We stay dry during the day even with the thickening clouds. Temperatures remain seasonable with highs near 47.

Another low pressure system will move through on Wednesday bringing more rain during the day. It will also be quite windy with this front and mild ahead of it with highs in the upper 50s Wednesday afternoon. We can expect winds on the order of 10-20 mph, gusting up to 35 mph. First those winds will be out of the south, but then switch to be more westerly after the cold front arrives.

Conditions behind the cold front on Thursday will be breezy yet again, but this time a bit chillier with highs only reaching the low 40s. This cooler shot will be short-lived and we return to mild weather by the end of the work-week into next weekend with more scattered showers by next Saturday. As of now, there is no winter weather in the forecast, and no major temperature swings either. Stay tuned!

-Meteorologists Dan Tomaso and Adis Juklo