Turning colder overnight with a cooler than average start to the work week


Staying chilly over the next few days, but a mid-week warm up expected...

TONIGHT: Light Rain and Snow Showers, Becoming Colder. Lo 37. Winds: W 5-10 mph.

MONDAY: Mix of Clouds and Sun. Light Rain/Snow Showers, Windy. Hi 48. Winds: NW 15-25, Gusts up to 35 mph.

TUESDAY: Mix of Clouds and Sun, Chilly. Hi 50.

Another round of precipitation is coming across the Commonwealth this evening, and a wintry mix of snow and rain showers is likely before a cold front blows through. If we do see some snowflakes, no accumulation is expected with temperatures well above freezing.

By late tonight, the front will have passed but instability and lake-effect snow showers will be cranking over western PA. Some of these may reach the Mid-state as a couple of light show showers overnight as temperatures fall into the 30s. Even into Monday, some flurries or light rain showers are possible with temperatures remaining in the 40s. Winds could gust over 30 mph Monday afternoon, making it feel like the 30s most of the day.

Tuesday will be a chilly but dry day with highs around 50. A mid-week warm up is expected however with highs briefly returning into the 60s Wednesday and Thursday. However, the next front will move through Thursday, bringing a few showers by evening but more importantly, much cooler air again by the start of next weekend.

-Meteorologists Adis Juklo and Dan Tomaso

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