Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton
Some showers will move through the southern portion of our viewing area through the overnight hours. Rain and snow could be seen as far north as U.S. 22, but there won't be more than a dusting in the favorable locations.
More clouds will be present along I-70 Tuesday with clouds breaking for sunshine the further north and west one travels. High temperatures will be much cooler than the weekend, but above seasonal: in the mid to upper 30s with a few spots seeing 40 again.
Another disturbance will move through late Tuesday and early Wednesday, bringing another round of snow showers. This will be different as the snow could be seen in Altoona, Johnstown, and possibly State College. Accumulations will be light from this disturbance and could have an effect on your commute Wednesday. Temperatures for both Wednesday and Thursday will be in the mid 30s.
Thursday will be fairly stable with a sun and cloud mix and temperatures near seasonal averages. Going into the weekend we will start clearing out and temperatures will warm a little for Saturday, and then another disturbance associated with colder air will arrive late Sunday.