CWS Forecast: Ridge and Valley Region 

It is looking to be a pretty mild, rainy week here throughout Pennsylvania. Clouds throughout the Commonwealth during the daytime hours will make way for a low pressure passing through during the afternoon in our western counties, and overnight in our central and eastern counties. This will cause rain showers throughout the state this evening and overnight. These rain showers will continue to be scattered throughout Pennsylvania on Wednesday before clearing out overnight. On Thursday, another low-pressure passing way to our north will bring more April showers to the entire state, bringing cooler temperatures overnight with a few lingering showers. On Friday, there is a possibility for a few snow showers for the northern and western parts of the state, keeping our temperatures cooler than average. On Saturday we see some relief, as a high-pressure system to our south keeps our skies fairly clear for the rest of the forecast period.

Day One: Tuesday, April 7th 2020

Scattered storms possible in the evening, increasing overnight.

High: 63°F

Low: 54°F

Day Two: Wednesday, April 8th 2020

Partly cloudy, a scattered shower possible in the morning.

High: 64°F

Low: 42°F 

Day Three: Thursday, April 9th 2020

Rain to start the day, with snow possible in higher elevations. Scattered snow/rain showers late.

High: 53°F 

Low: 29°F

Day Four: Friday, April 10th 2020

Scattered snow showers possible in the morning.

High: 40°F

Low: 30°F

Day Five: Saturday, April 11th 2020

Periods of sun and clouds.

High: 46°F

Low: 32°F

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