CWS Forecast: Northeast Pennsylvania

While the last week has been on the chilly side, isolated rebounds in temperatures look to be the theme over the next week. Cooler temperatures should persist once again for most of Friday. Ahead of a surface low pressure system, temperatures will rebound briefly late on Saturday into early Sunday for much of the state. Rain will accompany this disturbance, and the warming trend should be brief. By Sunday afternoon into all of Monday, temperatures should once again be solidly below normal, with lake effect snow showers and squalls for the central and western portions of the state. Another rebound in temperatures is likely on Tuesday, but it should also be brief, as another cold front swings through later overnight.

Day One: Thursday, November 23rd 2017

Partly cloudy skies throughout the day with similar conditions overnight.

High: 41°F

Low: 30°F

Day Two: Friday, November 24th 2017

Cloudy with rain showers during the day, becoming a steady rain at night.

High: 51°F

Low: 37°F

Day Three: Saturday, November 25th 2017

Chance of some rain and snow showers during the day, becoming cloudy overnight. A few flurries possible.

High: 39°F

Low: 28°F

Day Four: Sunday, November 26th 2017

Partly cloudy skies becoming clear overnight.

High: 46°F

Low: 29°F

Day Five: Monday, November 27th 2017

Partly cloudy skies becoming cloudy with a chance of rain and snow showers at night.

High: 40°F

Low: 30°F