The cold weather and nasty wind finally move away from Pennsylvania on Friday bringing a warm day with above average temperatures on Saturday. The trough that brought the cold moves east late in the week with a ridge building up in its place. The ridge brings in warmer weather from the south with Saturday being the warmest day of the forecast period. The warmth will also bring in our next rain maker on Saturday. Rain starts off in the in the western area of the state very early Saturday morning ahead of a cold front. The front will move east throughout the day on Saturday before finally exiting the state by the evening along with the rain. Colder air follows behind the front with temperatures dropping back down for the day on Sunday. Temperatures will gradually increase in the beginning of next week but won’t be as noticeable as the warmth will be on Saturday as they will be around average. Our next rain maker looks to be on Tuesday through Wednesday. The rain looks like it will arrive during the day on Tuesday and leave the state sometime on Wednesday.