Your Weather Authority Extended Forecast

Your Weather Authority Extended Forecast

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Slow is the way to go. When we talk about an upper-level low, we usually chat about how slowly they move. They take a while to get here. They take some time to leave. This week will be no different as an upper-level low develops overhead and an area of low pressure forms off of the Jersey shore. Tonight will turn out mainly cloudy with a few showers possible. I can't rule out a heavier downpour but most of the rain should be light. It'll be chilly with lows in the upper 40s.

As the coastal storm starts to take shape tomorrow, there will be more clouds with scattered showers. Look for that wind to pick up as we go through the day, too. It'll turn out a touch cooler with highs in the lower and middle 50s.

We can almost hit the repeat button for Thursday: lots of clouds, scattered showers, gusty winds and cool temperatures. Right now, I'm forecasting highs in the lower and middle 50s. However, don't be surprised if it ends up cooler than that.

I expect this large storm system to pick up some speed on Friday, which will give us gradual improvement in our weather. Clouds will try to break for some sunshine with highs in the middle and upper 50s. There is good news for the evening's high school football games. It'll be chilly, but dry and we can easily handle that.

Saturday should give us more sunshine and warmer temperatures. We should actually crack that 60-degree mark for the first half of the weekend. Then, another disturbance will move through the Northeast Saturday night. A rain shower is possible overnight, but most of us won't get a drop. Any morning clouds on Sunday will give way to some sunshine by the afternoon. Once again, highs will be in the lower 60s.

High pressure will nose its way into Pennsylvania for Sunday night. In turn, those temperatures will drop. Near, if not below, 40 is where we'll be come Monday morning. That area of high pressure will stay in charge for Monday and allow for above-average temperatures. By the way, our average highs are in the middle and upper 50s. As this high slides east Tuesday, our wind will shift to the south and it'll get warmer!

--Chief Meteorologist Josh Hodell
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