CWS Forecast: Ridge and Valley Region                                        

A surface high pressure that has been bringing nice weather to the Commonwealth has moved out of the state by this morning. A nearby stationary front will bring some wet weather to the eastern half of the state throughout the day today, but should clear out overnight. As we head into the midweek period, a cold front associated with a Canadian low will push south, bringing some cooler temperatures with clear skies Wednesday night. Thursday and Friday will see a chance at rain with the progression of another low pressure system approaching from the West. Some showers on Friday afternoon could have a few rumbles of thunder. Conditions will improve across the state on Saturday, as a high pressure begins to build in. Skies will clear and temperatures will remain mild as we head into the first week of classes for Penn State University.

Day One: Friday, August 18th 2017

Overcast during the day, with a few showers possible.  Clouds will disperse overnight.

High: 80°F

Low: 63°F

Day Two: Saturday, August 19th 2017

Mostly clear throughout the entire day.

High: 82°F

Low: 64°F

Day Three: Sunday, August 20th 2017

Mostly clear during the day, with clouds moving in for the afternoon and evening.

High: 79°F

Low: 65°F

Day Four: Monday, August 21st 2017

Very humid with rain for most of the day.

High: 81°F

Low: 68°F

Day Five: Tuesday, August 22nd 2017

A few passing clouds, along with comfortable temperatures.

High: 78°F

Low: 64°F