Your Weather Authority Extended Forecast

Your Weather Authority Extended Forecast

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We've been talking about it all week. So, why would today be any different. This slow-moving coastal system will continue to inch northeast tonight. It's still close enough that we'll have a lot of clouds, gusty winds and a few showers tonight. It'll be chilly, too, with lows in the lower and middle 40s.

I do have good news here! That storm system will pick up speed tomorrow and move even farther away. In turn, our morning clouds will give way to some sunshine by the afternoon. More sunshine will mean a warmer afternoon, too, with highs near 60. The wind will stay gusty so don't expect that to go away quickly.

Tomorrow evening will be dry, but cold for any of our plans. Whether we're going to a high school football game or out to dinner, the big jacket is probably a must with temperatures in the lower and middle 50s.

Saturday morning will give us a lot of sunshine. Then, clouds will stream across our skies during the afternoon as the next front approaches. Ahead of this front, we'll warm into the middle 60s with only a small chance of a late-day shower. I'm not expecting a lot of rain with this front. However, I am expecting it to drop our temperatures a big for Sunday. Rather than highs in the 60s, Sunday afternoon will be in the 50s with a gusty wind.

High pressure will nose into Pennsylvania for Sunday night, Monday, Tuesday and most of Wednesday. For the first part of the week, we'll be on the cooler side of it and Monday's highs will be near 60. By Tuesday and Wednesday, it'll move east and we'll be on the warm side. It looks like highs for both days will be near 70, which is about 10 to 15 degrees above average!

A front is expected to get here on Wednesday with the chance of an afternoon or evening shower. Then, cooler weather will follow for Thursday. Instead of highs near 70, Thursday will top off near 60.

--Chief Meteorologist Josh Hodell
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