CWS Forecast: North-Central Pennsylvania

Showers will be possible throughout PA today, though precipitation will be scattered and light.  Overnight, temperatures will drop, meaning rain will likely change to snow in the North and West of the Commonwealth, though there will be very little accumulation.  Precipitation elsewhere should remain as rain.  Sunday will be unseasonably chilly, with temperatures failing to get out of the 40s in most areas, with only the extreme Southeast likely to break 50.  The early part of next week will see temperatures warm up to more seasonable levels, with conditions remaining dry and pleasant for most of PA.  A few lake effect rain showers cannot be ruled out in the Northwest, though.

Day One: Sunday, October 21st 2018

Sunny during the day with some snow possible overnight, but it will not stick to the ground.

High: 48°F

Low: 33°F

Day Two: Monday, October 22nd 2018

Mostly cloudy to overcast skies during the day, clearing up slightly overnight. Slight possibility for some snow flurries or a light rain.

High: 38°F

Low: 30°F

Day Three: Tuesday, October 23rd 2018

A dry day, warmer with partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies for both the day and night.

High: 47°F

Low: 40°F

Day Four: Wednesday, October 24th 2018

Sunny during the day and partly clear during the night. Remaining at similar temperatures.

High: 50°F

Low: 36°F

Day Five: Thursday, October 25th 2018

Mostly clear during the day and night. Cold temperatures into the night.

High: 42°F

Low: 28°F