We’re tracking the next round of showers for Thursday. Between now and Thursday morning, clouds will increase with temperatures falling into the lower and middle 30s.

You can expect scattered showers on Thursday. Some of them could be on the heavier side. In addition, pockets of a wintry mix are possible in the morning. The best chance for this to happen will be across northern Pennsylvania and the higher elevations. Afternoon temperatures will climb through the 40s, if not the lower 50s. Rain showers will taper off Thursday evening and night.

Clouds will break for some sun on Friday. It will stay mild with highs near 50. The wind will be gusty!

High pressure will build into the Northeast on Saturday, which will allow for partly sunny skies and seasonably chilly temperatures. Highs will be around 40. As we head into Sunday, our weather will be about the aforementioned high pressure, an approaching weak storm from the west and a developing coastal storm that will move up the eastern seaboard. If the first two (high pressure and approaching weak storm) can push the coastal out to sea in time, then we’ll have mostly cloudy skies on Sunday. If they can’t push it out to sea fast enough, then some of us in eastern Pennsylvania could end up with snow or rain showers. We’ll update you as we get closer.

Skies will clear out on Monday as temperatures head into the upper 40s. Nice weather should continue on Valentine’s Day with highs near 50. More rain is possible on Wednesday.

–Chief Meteorologist Josh Hodell