THANKSGIVING EVENING: Mostly clear and mild. Temps in the 40s.
TONIGHT: Increasing clouds, low 39.
FRIDAY: Few early morning showers, clearing and breezy by the afternoon. High 54.
Clouds will increase tonight as a front brings a few light showers to the area Friday morning. Rain amounts are expected to be near or less than a tenth of an inch Friday morning. The showers exit before lunch with clearing skies for Friday afternoon. Highs will again be in the mid-50s tomorrow.
Saturday travel, tree cutting, deer hunting, or Penn State fans, should enjoy a perfect forecast with lots of sun and seasonable temperatures in the low 50s. It’s Sunday that will be more problematic for outdoor activities as a steady rain develops in the morning and likely lasts into the evening hours. Rainfall amounts should be right around 0.50″. Early next week will feature slightly cooler conditions but mainly dry weather Monday and Tuesday. Rain returns to the forecast by the middle of next week. Happy Thanksgiving!
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder