Tonight will remain mostly cloudy with a few snow showers and flurries. Tonights lows will be in the single digits to the lower teens.
Wednesday morning a strong artic front will move through the region. The artic front will bring a heavy line of snow early in the morning. It looks like it will arrive around 5:00 a.m. for our western counties first. This front will produce a strong punch of snow and could cause white out conditions. It will be strong but fast moving. It will only last a couple of hours. Roads could turn slick and snow covered just in time for our morning commute. The front will move out of Central Pennsylvania around 9:00 a.m.- 10:00 a.m. Behind the artice front the winds will increase and become strong. The temperatures will quickly fall throughout the day. Wednesday’s highs will hit prior to the artic front and will be in the low teens. By the afternoon most of us will be around or below zero degrees. The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Warning and a Wind Chill Advisory for Central Pennsylavania. It begins 5:00 a.m. Wednesday and continue into Friday. The winds chill temperatures will be between -20 to -30 degrees. Make sure you bundle up and where several layers. These temperatures are very dangerous.
Thursday the clouds will clear out and there will be sun but it will not warm us up much at all. Expect a mostly sunny day but with a very cold and strong winds. Thursday’s highs will be in the single digits with the lows in the negitive numbers. The Wind Chill Warning and Advisory will still be issued.
Friday the temperatures will begin to warm just a little. Friday’s highs will be in the teens. It will be mostly cloudy with steady snow for our southern counties and scattered snow shwers for our northern counties. Roads may be slick and snow covered. The heavier snow will stay over our southern counties.
Saturday there will be a mix of sun and clouds. Saturday will feel warm compared to the past couple of days. Saturday’s highs will be in the mid to upper 20s with a few cities and towns in the lower 30s. Saturday will be a dry day.
Sunday the cloud cover will increase throughout the day. Some freezing drizzle may move in first but it will turn into normal drizzle late in the day. Sunday’s highs will be in the mid to upper 30s with a few localitions in the lower 40s.
Monday the warming trend will continue with the highs in the low to mid 40s. Expect a mostly cloudy sky with a few rain showers and drizzle. There may be some freezing drizzle at first but the temperatures will warm above the freezing mark.
Tuesday there will be scattered rain showers mainly early in the day. There will be a mix of a mostly cloudy to a partly cloudy sky in the afternoon and evening. Tuesday’s highs will be in the mid to upper 40s.