CWS Forecast: Northeast Pennsylvania

Overlooking the weekend, there is a plan for warmer than average temperatures throughout Pennsylvania. A low-pressure system will be progressing north over the Atlantic, washing the Commonwealth over with scattered, light showers throughout Saturday. Good news for Sunday is that a high-pressure system will progress just above our state, near the Great Lakes. This will give way to enjoyable weather and clear skies. Monday is faced with partly sunny skies throughout the day in the Northwest and Pittsburgh Metro regions. This cloud coverage will continue overnight into Tuesday making for cloudy skies across most of Pennsylvania, considering showers along the western areas during the night. When we hit Wednesday, remnants from a low-pressure system passing over the Great Lakes will cause a possibility of showers trending in the western regions. Bringing about, cooler weather and mostly cloudy skies for the remainder of the day.

Day One: Sunday, September 19th 2021

Partly cloudy skies during the day transitioning to mostly clear skies overnight.

High: 80°F

Low: 55°F 

Day Two: Monday, September 20th 2021

Sunny skies during the day. Skies remain clear overnight.

High: 75°F

Low: 55°F 

Day Three: Tuesday, September 21st 2021

Sunny skies during the day followed a few clouds in the afternoon and overnight.

High: 75°F

Low: 58°F

Day Four: Wednesday, September 22nd 2021

Cloud cover increases over the course of the day. Light rain overnight.

High: 76°F

Low: 65°F

Day Five: Thursday, September 23rd 2021

Rain during the day. A few showers linger overnight.

High: 73°F

Low: 52°F

Last Updated on September 17, 2021 at 4:13 pm