Evening Forecast Sunday, January 20, 2018


A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect for Jefferson, Clearfield, Centre, Cambria, Blair, Huntingdon, Somerset, and Bedford counties until 1 PM Monday. Wind Chill Values can get as low as minus 20. Elk and Cameron counties are under a Wind Chill Warning until 1 PM Monday. Wind Chill Values can get as low as minus 30.

Tonight we will be variably cloudy. It will be quite cold tonight with our low temperatures dropping to just below zero and to the lower single digits. Tomorrow will be quite cold with our high temperatures reaching into the upper single digits and the lower teens, but again the wind will help it to feel much colder. So if you need to go out tonight you will want to be sure to bundle up and you will want to bring in any outdoor pets. You will also want to limit your times outside. Monday night will have low temperatures falling down to around zero with just some patchy clouds as high pressure will build in. Tuesday we will be partly to mostly cloudy. High temperatures rebound some back into the lower and middle 20s. As we head into Wednesday our next weather system will move into the area. This will bring us plenty of clouds with some showers that will be switching to a mix later in the day. High temperatures Wednesday will be getting to the lower and middle 30s. Thursday we will have snow showers early then clouds will break for sunshine. High temperatures Thursday will be in the upper 20s to the lower 30s. As we head into Friday, we will be variably cloudy with some flurries around. It will be a chilly day with our high temperatures in the middle to upper 20s. Saturday there will be more clouds than sunshine and it will be cold as high temperatures will reach the middle 20s. Sunday we will have plenty of clouds with snow showers and flurries with our high temperatures once again in the 20s.

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