EVENING: Clear and calm. Temps in the 40s.
TONIGHT: Clear and seasonable. Low 30.
WEDNESDAY: Sunny and seasonable. High 52.
This evening is not as cold as the last few evenings with temperatures in the 40s. Any evening travel or plans will experience clear, quiet and seasonable conditions.
The next two days will feature milder conditions during the day and a fair amount of sunshine. This includes Thanksgiving Day! Travelers should not have to worry about rain or snow and turkey trots will have sunshine and calm winds. Highs will be in the lower 50s through Thanksgiving.
We are still tracking a storm for the weekend and we are finally beginning to see more consistency in the model guidance. A weak front could bring a few, light showers on Black Friday, but this won’t be the washout it once appeared to be. Saturday now looks dry with the bulk of the rain arriving Sunday. This is good news for Saturday travel and for the Penn State home finale against Michigan State. Sunday will be damp now and that will impact travel as people return from their Thanksgiving Day destinations. Sunday’s rain could be around 1″. We will continue to monitor and keep you posted.
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder