Tonight: Cloudy & Cold. Low: 28.
After morning clouds, we break out some sun Sunday afternoon. This afternoon sun takes us to a more seasonal high of 38.
Sunday night, we fall to 22 because of the mostly clear skies. Don’t expect much moonlight because of the new moon.
On Monday, we start with sunshine. Then, we quickly turn cloudy.
Monday night, we’ll get some spotty sleet and freezing rain for some spots in the mountains.
All of that switches over to plain rain later in the night.
We get this wintry mix because the cold air takes its time retreating. Milder weather, eager to arrive, rides up and over that cold air at the ground, which allows for a wintry mix.
We’ll have showers on Tuesday and a rainy Wednesday. The high climbs to 44 on Tuesday and 58 on Wednesday!
The rain wraps up Wednesday night. As it does this a few high spots will see some flurries and brief, light snow. Expect this in places like the mountains in the Northern Tier counties (that sit on the NY-PA state line).
We’ll have one of these overnight highs because temperatures will fall throughout the day on Thursday.
So, following Wednesday’s cold front, we get some lake-effect flurries and snow showers along with that colder weather on Thursday.
Expect temperatures in the 30s Thursday afternoon, but the will chill will make it feel in the 20s outside.
On Friday, we get a day of partly sunny skies!! This sunshine will take the temperature to 40.
Partly sunny skies encore on Saturdays and the high climbs up to 44.