CWS Forecast: Southeast Pennsylvania

An active pattern is in store for Pennsylvania over the weekend and the beginning of next week we have multiple storms making their way towards our area. Starting off with Saturday, a strong, rapidly intensifying system will bring rain throughout the area throughout the day, with precipitation especially strong in the Western Portion of the state. This precipitation will eventually change over to snow by Saturday night for the western half of the state before shutting off completely overnight. Sunday morning looks to be clear and cold for most of the state with the exception for northwestern Pennsylvania which will see lake effect snow showers throughout the day. On Monday, yet another wintry storm will progress into the area, bringing a mixed bag of wintry precipitation in the afternoon hours before changing over to all rain by Monday night into Tuesday morning, so keep that in mind for any travel plans after finals! As the system moves out quickly on Tuesday night, skies will clear and temperatures will crash for Wednesday as more lake effect snow is possible by the end of the forecast period.

Day One: Sunday, December 15th 2019

Periods of rain throughout the day, tapering off at night.

High: 55°F

Low: 38°F

Day Two: Monday, December 16th 2019

Decreasing clouds throughout the day with mostly clear skies overnight.

High: 47°F

Low: 31°F

Day Three: Tuesday, December 17th 2019

Overcast throughout the day before a wintry mix moves in overnight with a combination of sleet, freezing rain, and possibly snow.

High: 40°F

Low: 35°F

Day Four: Wednesday, December 18th 2019

Periods of rain throughout the day. Temperatures plummet overnight and showers will taper off.

High: 51°F

Low: 29°F

Day Five: Thursday, December 19th 2019

Much colder with decreasing clouds throughout the day and mostly clear skies overnight.

High: 38°F

Low: 20°F