This morning the steady rain will continue and may fall hard at times. This could lead to some visibility issues and impact your morning commute. We could also see up to 2 inches of rainfall along with thawing on rivers and streams, ice jams could occur and create a flooding potential, so the National Weather Service has issued a Flood Watch for Cameron, Clearfield, Elk, Centre, Clearfield, Indiana, Jefferson, and Clinton until Saturday Evening. Also watch for ponding on the roadways, and turn around if you come across a roadway covered in water.
High temperatures today will also be in the mid to upper 50s with some areas even reaching into the lower 60s. Late today temperatures will start to slowly drop. This could lead the rain to switch over to freezing rain. Ice accretion is possible, mainly in Northern Counties, and due to this the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Clearfield, Centre, Clinton, Cambria, Somerset, Cameron, Blair, Bedford, and Indiana County until Saturday at 10:00 AM. A Winter Storm Warning for Jefferson, Cameron, and Elk County until 10:00 AM Saturday. Early Saturday the showers and freezing rain will then switch over to snow showers. If you plan on traveling on Friday night into Saturday morning use caution, conditions will be switching over quickly, it will also be windy making it hard to see at times. We will also have slick and icy road conditions. Throughout the entire day on Saturday we will have a few flurries with a mix of clouds and sun. Saturday temperatures will start in the 30s but by the end of the day, temperatures will have fallen into the teens. Sunday we will have a mix of clouds and sunshine. It will be a blustery and cold day. Our high temperatures on Sunday will be in the upper teens to lower 20s. Sunday night temperatures will plummet into the single digits thanks to a clear sky.
Monday a ridge of high pressure will build into the region. This will bring us a sunny to partly cloudy sky. Despite the sunshine, it will still be a very chilly day. Our high temperatures on Monday will be in the lower to mid 20s. Monday night we will be in the single digits to lower teens with patchy clouds. A weak disturbance will bring clouds in for Tuesday. We will also have flurries and a few stray snow showers. Our high temperatures on Tuesday will be in the mid to upper 20s. Tuesday night we will fall into the teens. Wednesday will be a milder day as temperatures return back to average. Our average high temperatures for January are in the lower to mid 30s, and Wednesday’s high will be right there in the lower to mid 30s. The rest of next week temperatures will stay around average in the lower to mid 30s.