CWS Forecast: Ridge and Valley Region 

A departing system will leave snow bands for northwest Pennsylvania today. The front’s departure will cause high winds, and will also cause temperatures to plummet throughout the Commonwealth. Most of the state will see partly cloudy skies throughout the day on Friday, and some lake effect snow bands could once again impact the northwest portion of the state. Saturday will see temperatures remaining mostly stable, with overcast skies for much of the state.  On Sunday, temperatures will rise in the late afternoon, with the southeast seeing the highest temperatures. On Monday, intermittent rain showers will be concentrated in the western portions of the state.

Day One: Thursday, February 27th 2020

Mostly cloudy and windy today. Intermittent snow showers possible.

High: 31°F

Low: 20°F

Day Two: Friday, February 28th 2020

Cloudy and windy again today.

High: 31°F

Low: 20°F 

Day Three: Saturday, February 29th 2020

Cloudy and chance of snow showers today. Clearing up overnight.

High: 29°F 

Low: 21°F

Day Four: Sunday, March 1st 2020

Skies are partly cloudy in the late morning. Unseasonably warm for greater part of the day.

High: 46°F

Low: 37°F

Day Five: Monday, March 2nd 2020

Rain likely today, remaining cloudy overnight.

High: 48°F

Low: 39°F

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