High pressure continues to keep us dry today with high temps in the low 40’s. Tomorrow our weather pattern shifts dramatically as an Arctic air mass settles into the 4State until late next week. This front will bring in very cool air and gusty winds. Subzero wind chills are already forecasted Thursday night into early Friday morning as well as Saturday night through Monday morning. A clipper system will swing into the region on Thursday giving us the chance of rain and snow showers. Rain and snow could start after tonight in the West and spread to the East by late Thursday morning. Not everyone will see showers from this event on Thursday. Another clipper right behind Thursday’s will move into the region on Saturday, giving us the chance of snow showers. This second clipper will also bring in a second round of very cold air for Sunday.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High: 42, Wind: Calm wind.
Tonight: Cloudy. Low: 28, Wind: Light and variable.
Thursday: Rain or snow shower. Light accumulating snow possible west of the Allegheny Front. Low wind chills likely overnight (subzero digits possible into Friday morning). High: 38, Low: 10. Wind: NW 18-20, Gusts up to 25
Friday: Mostly sunny. High: 24, Low: 14.
Saturday: More clouds than sun, chance of a snow shower. High: 31, Low: 10.
Sunday: Mostly sunny. High: 19, Low: 6.
Washington’s Birthday: Mostly sunny. High: 26, Low: 19.
Tuesday: Chance of rain/snow showers. High: 36, Low: 25.