Clouds from an approaching storm system started to drift into the area this afternoon into this evening. Tonight will be partly to mostly cloudy and chilly. There will be more in the way of breaks in the to the north and some thicker clouds the farther south your area. Lows tonight will be in the 30s with some of the colder spots near and north of I-80 dropping into the 20s. There still could be some glimpses of sunshine early Friday, especially the farther north you are.
As the next system approaches from the south rainfall still develop from the south to the north from the afternoon into the evening hours. Temperatures will not leave the 40s on Friday. This next system will cut to our south and bring us a cool, soaking rainfall Friday night into Saturday. An inch of rainfall looks likely, which is probably not enough to cause flooding, but will play havoc with a lot of outdoor activities. Temperatures Friday through Saturday will likely hover in the lower to middle 40s. If you are heading to the Penn State game you will need to dress warm and dry for the 3:30pm kickoff. The rain may taper to drizzle later Saturday but a breeze will start to kick up. Behind the system Sunday will be blustery and chilly with clouds, some sunshine, and some scattered sprinkles. Highs will be no better than the 40s. Monday will still be blustery and chilly with a good deal of clouds and maybe some sprinkles or flurries. Temperatures on Monday will once again fail to leave the 40s with the wind making it feel even colder than that. Temperatures will try to rebound as we approach the first weekend in November.