A front moved into the region with some showers this evening. Right now we have a good deal of clouds with some showers around. Tonight will be mostly cloudy and quite mild for this time of the year with showers that will be more numerous the farther north and west you are in our area. Lows will range from the 40s in Elk and Jefferson counties to the middle to upper 50s in the deeper valleys of Huntingdon County. This front will stay stalled just to our north and west on Thursday. Most of us will have another unseasonably mild day despite a good deal of clouds and some rounds of showers. The only exception to the mild weather will be the far northwestern part of our region where temperatures will not get out of the 50s. Farther to the south and east, some places east of I-99 will still flirt with 70.
This front will move a little farther to the east on Friday with periods of rain. Temperatures on Friday will start in the 50s to near 60 but likely will drop some during the afternoon. Another disturbance moving along the front may bring another area of steadier and heavier rainfall later Friday into Friday night. This front will finally slip east of the area on Saturday leaving us with a mostly dry day with a mix of clouds and sunshine and a bit of a cool breeze. Highs on Saturday will be in the 40s to near 50. Any chill will not last long though as a westerly breeze and some sunshine will help temperatures to rebound well into the 50s on Sunday. Monday will also feature a mix of clouds and sunshine with only a small chance for a late-day shower. Highs will be in the middle to upper 50s. The next front will bring some showers Tuesday, maybe into Wednesday before cooler air moves in for the following weekend.