We will have rain that will be falling heavy at times through Friday along with areas of fog. It will also be breezy on some of the ridges through the day on Friday. Over an inch of rainfall is likely in places and a flood watch is in effect for Clinton, Centre and Huntingdon counties through the day on Friday. There is a chance for minor flooding, not only in these areas but other spots too.
A cold front will then sweep through the region Friday night with rain showers mixing with and then changing to snow showers in places. Behind the front it will be windy and it will turn colder with snow showers Saturday. Highs on Saturday will be in the 30s with the wind making it feel colder than that. Sunday will feature a mix of clouds and sunshine, though the day will end up mostly cloudy with the chance for a bit of snow in places to the west. Highs on Sunday will be in the 30s to near 40. This weak disturbance will bring some flurries or snow showers Sunday night into Christmas Eve Day morning. The rest of Monday will be cloudy to partly sunny and a bit chilly with highs in the 30s. There are some indications that another disturbance may try to follow with another period of light snow later Christmas day. Right now there is a lot of uncertainty with this weak system but there is a small chance for some places to see some snowflakes on Christmas. Otherwise, the day will be partly to mostly cloudy with highs in the 30s to near 40. We’ll still have the chance for a bit of snow or flurries early Wednesday then the rest of the day will be breezy with clouds and sunshine and highs in the 30s. The next system will bring an increase in cloudiness followed by the chance for some rain later Thursday. Highs on Thursday will be in the 30s to near 40. Rain will then continue into Friday but it should still be relatively mild for this time of the year.