Rain will become heavier at times into Saturday morning. At least an inch of rainfall looks likely, which is probably not enough to cause flooding, but will play havoc with a lot of outdoor activities through the first half of the weekend. Areas of fog will also develop. Temperatures will be in the upper 30s through the overnight hours and then will crawl into the lower 40s as we head through Saturday. If you are heading to the Penn State game, you will need to dress warm and dry for the 3:30pm kickoff. The rain will taper to showers and drizzle from the south to the north later Saturday, but the day will be pretty much a washout for most locations.
Behind this system, Sunday will be brisk and chilly with scattered sprinkles and a shower in spots. Highs on Sunday will be in the 40s to near 50. Another disturbance will approach later Sunday night into Monday with scattered showers that may end as a flurry in some spots as a reinforcing shot of chilly air pushes into the region. High on Monday will be in the 40s, but again it will likely turn colder in spots by the end of the day. There still may be some clouds, maybe even a flurry, early Tuesday then clouds will break for some sunshine. Highs on Tuesday will be closer to 50. We’ll have a warm up as we head into the second half of the week, but the warm up is going to be coming with moisture. Wednesday will become mostly cloudy with showers developing. It may also turn breezy. Therefore, trick or treaters on Halloween Evening may have to carry along the umbrella. Thursday will be breezy and a little milder despite showers. Highs will be in the 50s. We’ll be mild on Friday with a mix of clouds and sunshine, but another front may bring some showers by the end of the day. Highs will be in the upper 50s to the lower 60s. It will stay relatively mild for the first weekend in November.