EVENING: Mostly clear and breezy. Temps drop into the 40s.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear and colder. Low 31.

WEDNESDAY: Brief mix after 9am, changing to rain. Chilly for the afternoon. High 41.

A cold front moved through earlier today bringing a round of showers and thunderstorms. WE even had reports of hail in Juniata county! With the unseasonably warm February its no surprise that we are experiencing an early start to spring storms.

The gusty winds are decreasing this evening and will lead to a clear and colder night with temperatures dropping near freezing. A round of showers arrive after 9am Wednesday morning, however, some of us may experience a brief period of sleet or mix. Temperatures will be int he mid 30s Wednesday morning with afternoon temperatures only near 40 degrees, so plan for a chilly and raw day.

Thursday will look and feel completely different. We may start off cloudy, but sun will return Thursday afternoon with highs warming near 70 degrees! Our record high for Thursday is 75. We probably won’t reach the record high, but we’ll be close!

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder