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7:15 AM | Rain tonight and tomorrow ushers in colder air; Saturday coastal storm threat continues and snowflakes could mix in

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Increasing clouds, mild, a couple of showers possible during the mid-day and afternoon hours, mid 60’s

Tonight

Mostly cloudy with showers this evening evolving into a steadier rain late tonight, low 50’s

Thursday

Cloudy with more rain likely, turning cooler as the day progresses, mid-to-upper 50’s for highs early in the day, but then temperatures should drop during the afternoon

Friday

Mostly sunny, quite chilly, upper 40’s

Saturday

Mostly cloudy, windy, a cold rain possible and snowflakes can mix in, low-to-mid 40’s

Sunday

Mostly sunny, still very cool, upper 40’s

Monday

Partly sunny, still quite cool, low-to-mid 50’s

Discussion

High pressure will give way to clouds this morning in advance of a low pressure system that has formed along a frontal zone that separates much cooler air to the north and milder air to its south. The low will spread a few showers our way from mid-day today into early tonight, but then a steadier rain will develop late tonight and continue tomorrow. During the day tomorrow, colder air will be dropping into the Mid-Atlantic region and the rain could actually change to snow before ending from around State College to the Poconos. This low then clears out of here by Friday, but we’ll then have to watch for the possibility of a coastal storm that could possibly affect the region on Saturday with a cold rain and, in some cases, wet snow for the first time this season.

Video

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