Your Weather Authority Extended Forecast

Your Weather Authority Extended Forecast

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As an area of low pressure moves across Pennsylvania tonight, a shower or storm will be possible. We are not looking at an all evening or night rain event! Patchy fog will develop towards morning with lows in the middle 50s.

I expect this area of low pressure to slowly move east tomorrow. In turn, clouds will break for some sunshine with the chance of a shower. Once again, I'm not expecting an all-day rain. We should manage to see enough sun that highs will reach the lower 70s.

Morning clouds on Thursday will try to break for some afternoon sun. Keeping in mind our average highs are in the middle and upper 60s, we'll try to get slightly above average with highs near 70.

A more potent storm system and cold front will begin to affect our weather on Friday! If there is any morning sun, clouds will certainly take over by the afternoon. We're still targeting a window of opportunity for rain to be Friday evening, Friday night and early Saturday morning. Ahead of the front Friday, we'll be in the upper 60s to near 70. By Saturday afternoon, any sunshine won't be strong enough to get us above the middle 60s. It'll turn out to be a chilly and breezy afternoon for the first Saturday in October.

The second half of the weekend will be breezy and chilly, too. It looks like Sunday will turn out partly to mostly cloudy with most of the day in the 50s. Ouch! This is when you have to appreciate autumn in Pennsylvania: last weekend felt like summer, but this weekend won't be close.

Chilly weather will likely remain in place on Monday with highs in the lower and middle 60s. Another disturbance will affect our weather with more clouds and the chance of a few showers. This system should pull away on Tuesday with some clouds in its wake, a small chance of a shower and another round of cool temperatures. In fact, we're looking at highs in the lower 60s by Tuesday afternoon.

--Chief Meteorologist Josh Hodell
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