Benign wintry pattern through the weekend, seasonable warmth


We are tracking the potential for a Nor'easter early next week...

TONIGHT: Partly Cloudy, Colder. Lo 23.

FRIDAY: Partly Sunny. Hi 40.

SATURDAY: Mostly Sunny. Hi 42.

SUNDAY: Passing Clouds, Dry. Hi 42.

Clouds did break today and we had nearly a full day of blue skies and sunshine! Highs hit the low 40s, but now with the clear skies tonight temperatures will fall quickly to the low 20s.

Tomorrow will likely start with some sun before clouds increase thanks to a storm sitting over the Carolinas. The thickest cloud cover will reside just south of the Turnpike. Farther to the north we do expect some sunshine. It will be another seasonable afternoon on Friday and Central PA remains dry. The weekend will be dry too with lots of sunshine and highs in the low 40s.

The next system we’re watching is a Gulf storm that will lift north early next week, likely Tuesday. The path of this storm is not certain and although some models favor Nor’easter potential, plenty of guidance suggests another miss for Central PA. As of this evening it does not appear the timing and path of the storm will work out for us locally, but this could change over the next few days. We’re watching it, we’re tracking it, and we will continue to keep you updated. In the meantime, enjoy the quiet and seasonable weather before us! There may be some additional activity behind that coast storm, however it is all about timing and track of each individual storm. So far things appear to remain quiet.

-Meteorologist Dan Tomaso

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