Your Weather Authority Extended Forecast

Your Weather Authority Extended Forecast

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A slow-moving storm system means we spend a lot of time talking about it. A coastal low is still spinning off of the Jersey shore, which will keep us cloudy, chilly, breezy and wet at times. I'm expecting scattered showers tonight with lows in the middle and upper 40s.

We can basically hit the repeat button tomorrow. There will be a lot of clouds with scattered showers. A gusty north to northwest wind will keep it chilly here. Many of us will struggle to hit 50. However, parts of central PA could break into the lower 50s.

Gradual improvement is expected on Friday as this system picks up speed and starts to move away. Morning clouds will try to break for afternoon sunshine. It'll stay breezy, but it should get a little bit warmer. I'm expecting highs in the middle and upper 50s. While Friday evening will be dry for those high school football games, it'll be cold and in the lower 50s.

Saturday will turn out warmer with some sunshine. Then, an approaching cold front will send clouds across our skies with the chance of a late-day shower. We'll get into the lower and middle 60s ahead of this front. The big change will follow for Sunday! The second half of the weekend will be cooler with highs in the 50s. A gusty wind will make it feel quite chilly, again.

Moderation, slight moderation, is expected as we start next week. Monday's highs will be a few degrees either side of 60 with some sunshine. We can thank an area of high pressure for our sun, too. This high will slide east for Tuesday and Wednesday. In turn, the wind will shift to  the southwest and we'll spike those highs to near 70. Right now, the next chance of a shower or some rain may not be until Wednesday night.

--Chief Meteorologist Josh Hodell
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