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Scattered showers will cross central and eastern Pennsylvania this evening. A rumble of thunder is possible. Otherwise, it will be a partly cloudy night with lows in the lower and middle 40s. Clouds will mix with some sun on Tuesday. The wind will be gusty with afternoon temperatures topping off in the lower to middle 60s. 

A cold front will move across the area on Wednesday. You can expect a period of rain and thunder from mid-to-late morning through the late afternoon hours. If a storm or two can get strong enough, some gusty winds are possible. Ahead of this front, temperatures will climb into the 50s. Once the front moves east, it will start to get colder. Don’t be surprised if there is some wet snow here and there, especially across northern PA.

It’s going to be much colder on Thursday and the wind will be quite strong. In addition, a few rain and snow showers are possible. Highs will be in the middle and upper 40s.

Friday will be windy, but warmer. There should be more sun, which will push highs to near 60. Increasing clouds on Saturday, but we’re expecting mild weather. Highs will be in the lower to middle 60s. Right now, we’re tracking the next storm system and round of rain on Sunday. That will keep it chilly with highs in the 50s.

–Chief Meteorologist Josh Hodell

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