TONIGHT: Turning Colder & Breezy After Midnight. Lo 23. Winds: NW 10-15 mph.
MONDAY: Colder & Blustery. Hi 29. Winds: NW 10-20 mph.
TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny & Cold. Hi 25. Winds: Becoming Light.
The freezing rain from earlier has exited east, and we’re just left with a few light lingering showers early this evening. Colder, drier air will move in overnight though behind a cold front, which will drop temperatures to around 20 degrees by first thing Monday morning. Monday will be a blustery and cold day with highs only rebounding into the mid-20s.
The coldest air of the season thus far moves in for Tuesday and early Wednesday. Lows both days will be in the low to mid-teens with even single-digit readings possible north of Harrisburg. We begin to warm up a bit by Wednesday afternoon and Thursday, but it’s short lived as highs next weekend look to stay in the 30s. No big storms on the horizon right now, although there is potential for some snow by late next Saturday as a system dives south out of the Great Lakes.
-Meteorologist Adis Juklo