CWS Forecast: Ridge and Valley Region 

It is looking to be a seasonal week for much of the Commonwealth over the next few days. A high pressure will keep our temperatures low throughout the overnight and morning hours on Saturday, and fairy dry for the big white-out game against Michigan on Saturday night. On Sunday, remnants from tropical storm Nestor could possibly bring some showers to the eastern portion of the state throughout the daytime hours. Temperatures will be fairly mild in the western half of the state out near Pittsburgh, with lower temperatures in the eastern half of the state. On Monday, temperatures will be around average and it will be fairly quiet until Tuesday, when a low pressure system from the west will bring rain for the entire state, bringing colder, below average temperatures for the rest of the forecast period.

Day One: Saturday, October 19th 2019

Cold and possibly foggy this morning, clearing up toward the afternoon. Becoming cloudier overnight.

High: 58°F

Low: 46°F

Day Two: Sunday, October 20th 2019

Cloudier today, with scattered showers possible.

High: 56°F

Low: 43°F

Day Three: Monday, October 21st 2019

Partly cloudy today, with showers likely overnight.

High: 63°F

Low: 45°F

Day Four: Tuesday, October 22nd 2019

Showers likely today, continuing into the early afternoon. Clearing up overnight.

High: 57°F

Low: 39°F

Day Five: Wednesday, October 23rd 2019

Periods of rain, tapering off in the evening and clearing out overnight.

High: 54°F

Low: 43°F