TONIGHT: Mostly Cloudy. Lo 32.
FRIDAY: Mostly Sunny. Hi 45.
SATURDAY: Flurries West, Mostly Cloudy and Cool. Hi 40.
SUNDAY: Light AM Wintry Mix, Periods of Light Showers Ending by Evening. Hi 43.
The base of the clouds finally lifted today providing a break from the fog and low cloud cover. The sun did make some brief appearances at time, and there was just enough warmth to boost temperatures into the low 50s. Skies remain cloudy tonight with lows dropping to near freezing.
Tomorrow will feature mostly sunny skies and pleasant conditions with highs in the 40s. Clouds will return tomorrow evening ahead of our next waves moving through Friday night.
Another system takes aim at Central PA for Friday night into Saturday. Once again, we do not expect a significant amount of moisture, but there will be just enough to keep it damp to start the weekend. Colder air will also be in play Friday night into Saturday. At this time, some flurries or light snow showers could occur very early Saturday morning in our western tier. Accumulation isn’t expected, but we’ll keep you posted if we expect any slick spots. Compared to the guidance of the last few days, this system continues to weaken before it approaches the Midstate which should help to prevent major issues. Most of Saturday should be dry and cloudy.
By Sunday another storm system arrives from the west. This also could start as a light mix in spots before changing to cold rain showers. This will be especially true over the high terrain areas where temperatures stay below freezing. Northern and western Pennsylvania has the highest chance of seeing some wet snowflakes on Sunday. However, this event could be similar to Tuesday with most of the region seeing rain but some slick spots could be isolated early in the day. December stays active with another mix event changing to rain late next week. Stay tuned!
-Meteorologist Dan Tomaso