TONIGHT: Mostly Clear, Patchy Frost. Lo 40.

TUESDAY: Sunny & Pleasant. Hi 68. Lo 50.

WEDNESDAY: Partly Cloudy. Hi 70. Lo 50.

Tonight will bring mainly clear skies with subsiding winds and that could lead to patchy frost early Tuesday. The National Weather Service (NWS) in State College has issued a frost advisory across the entire Midstate, which will expire at 9am Tuesday. Lows will drop to around 40°, but rural spots could dip quite a bit lower. Keep that in mind tonight in case you need to cover plants or pull some inside. Tomorrow begins the warm-up with more sunshine and highs in the upper 60s.

The rest of the week looks pleasant and dry with highs warming into the 70s each day through next weekend. Record highs this time of year are near 80 degrees and we will be getting closer several times this week. While some stray showers could be around next weekend, moisture appears limited with the next frontal system, so while a few more clouds might be around, rainfall isn’t a given yet. We’ll keep you posted.

-Meteorologist Jackson Chastain