EVENING: Rain for most, wet snow far north (Mifflin, Juniata counties). Temps 34-36.
TONIGHT: Rain showers with temperatures between 34-40.
FRIDAY: Morning rain showers, breezy for the afternoon. Near-steady temperatures around 40.
Much of the area is now experiencing rain. There were a few locations in Mifflin and Juniata counties reporting some wet snow, but even these mountainous locations are soon to transition to rain showers. Temperatures are between 32-38 degrees around 6pm this evening, with temperatures expected to climb a few degrees overnight.
As the storm exits Friday morning and the rain wraps up, a steady northwest breeze develops for Friday evening and lasts into the weekend. This persistent breeze keeps a constant feed of cold air across the state. Highs average near 40 degrees with lows into the 20s.
We stay cold and dry through early next week with signs of another potential coastal winter storm next Thursday and Friday. We don’t quite know how impactful it will be or what kind of precip type it may bring, but its definitely on our radar!
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder