Your Weather Authority Extended Forecast

Your Weather Authority Extended Forecast

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The cool weather at night sure does make for great sleeping weather, but I'm sure some of us think it's too early. Skies will turn out clear to partly cloudy with lows in the middle and upper 40s. I'm still expecting a nice afternoon tomorrow with highs near 70. However, a potent front will move through Pennsylvania.

This cold front will give us some clouds and maybe a sprinkle or two. It's main job, though, will be to drop our temperatures for Friday. In the morning, we'll be near 40 with spots in the 30s. At this point, I can't rule out patchy frost in the morning. As we head through the rest of the day, we'll only climb into the lower and middle 60s, but we'll have lots of sunshine.

I'm expecting another dry, but chilly evening for high school football this week. It looks like temperatures will be in the upper 50s and lower 60s.

A warm front will push through on Saturday. Other than some clouds, it will be a fairly quiet frontal passage. The big difference will be a much warmer afternoon with highs in the lower to middle 70s. By Sunday, highs will be in the upper 70s and some of us could hit 80! Think about this--some frost is possible early Friday morning and then we could be near 80 Sunday. You just have to love September, right?

Another cold front will get here later Sunday and Sunday with the chance of a shower or thunderstorm. This front will drop our temperatures back into the middle and upper 60s Monday. While we can't rule out a shower on Monday, I think most of the day will be dry.

It'll get even cooler on Tuesday. Some of us could be hard pressed to climb out of the 50s! Once again, I can't rule out a shower although I'm not expecting a soaking rain at this point.

Some moderation is expected on Wednesday. As high pressure builds into the Northeast, it should get a little warmer for the middle of next week.

--Chief Meteorologist Josh hodell
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