CWS Forecast: State College

We’re in for a mainly soggy and stormy week ahead, with a break for some sun mid-week, but more storms as we head into the weekend. The first nor’easter of the year will be impacting much of the state on Tuesday with rain and wind. The eastern portion of the state will see the highest impacts with heavy rainfall and high winds for much of Tuesday. Central PA and areas west will not escape the impacts, as rain and winds will be present for much of the day, however not as steady the further west you get.  We should rebound pretty nicely on Wednesday with clear skies across much of the state, and temperatures rebounding back into the 60s for most. However, another system will be moving into the state Thursday night into Friday, bringing more rain and wind for most. While there’s still some uncertainty with the track, it looks like most of the precipitation will be out by the second half of Saturday, providing the state with an overall pleasant and clear weekend.

Day One: Tuesday, October 26th 2021

Rain likely throughout the day and windy. A few leftover showers are possible in the evening and overnight hours.

High: 53°F

Low: 44°F

Day Two: Wednesday, October 27th 2021

Clearing skies in the morning will give way for clear skies going into the afternoon hours. Clear skies expected overnight.

High: 57°F

Low: 42°F

Day Three: Thursday, October 28th 2021

Mostly sunny early with clouds arriving in the afternoon. Showers become increasingly likely going into the overnight hours.

High: 57°F

Low: 47°F

Day Four: Friday, October 29th 2021

Rain and wind likely throughout the day. Mostly cloudy overnight with a slight chance for a leftover shower.

High: 53°F

Low: 47°F

Day Five: Saturday, October 30th 2021

Spotty showers possible throughout the morning and into the early afternoon hours. Mostly cloudy skies expected overnight.

High: 54°F

Low: 48°F


Last Updated on October 25, 2021 at 11:33 pm