OVERNIGHT: Increasing Clouds, Light Frz. Rain By 5am in Spots. Lo 23.
SUNDAY: Freezing Rain To Rain, Icy. Hi 36. Winds: S 5-15 mph.
MONDAY: Colder & Blustery. Hi 29.
We’re tracking an incoming front that will spread freezing rain into the area overnight and into Sunday morning. With temperatures in the 20s around sunrise, any drizzle or light rain that occurs will freeze on contact as it arrives. Light freezing rain continues for the morning and into the afternoon until we warm above freezing which may not occur until mid-afternoon or even later in some spots. Ice accretion of around 0.10″ is possible tomorrow, coating trees, cars, sidewalks, driveways, and secondary roads. The highest ice accretion will be for areas north and west of I-81, including Mifflin, Juniata, and parts of Perry and northern Dauphin/Lebanon counties where up to a quarter inch of ice is possible.
Use caution when traveling tomorrow, especially early. It may be best to avoid travel until later in the day.
A look ahead to next week shows plenty of cold air to start. We stay below average early in the week with blustery conditions through Tuesday. We become more seasonable later in the week with no big storms in the forecast.
-Meteorologist Adis Juklo