Reported by Meteorologist Regina Miller
Today we will once again see abundant sunshine thanks to a strong area of high pressure. It will slide slightly southeastward today, so as a result, our winds will be out of the southwest, so we will be a little warmer than the last few days. We should top out in the mid to upper 40s.
Tonight we will have just a few patchy clouds late. Lows will be in the upper 20s.
Tomorrow the high pressure holds out for a little longer. We will start the day with some sunshine, but clouds will move in for the late-day/ evening. Highs will average in the mid 40s.
Saturday night, a few showers will start to head toward the region. Temperatures in most locations will be above freezing, but a few patches of freezing rain can not be completely ruled out (best chance will be in areas to the northeast, such as Centre, Clinton, and Clearfield counties).
Sunday will be mostly cloudy with a couple of rain showers around. Highs will be in the upper 30s to around 40.
Monday there is just a chance for a stray shower. Highs will be in the mid to upper 40s.
Monday night through Wednesday is still a big question mark at this point. Computer forecast models have had a difficult time getting a handle on a storm system next week. Some send it's track into Pennsylvania. If that is true, we could have some rain then snow before ending. Other models take the system off the coast with little to no impact to us. Keep checking back through time as we will regularly update the progression of this system.