Reported by Meteorologist Regina Miller
A strong area of high pressure will provide us with wall-to-wall sunshine today. Highs will be slightly warmer than recent days. We will make it into the low to mid 40s.
Tonight, with calm winds and clear skies, any daytime heat will radiate very quickly into space, giving us another cold, frosty overnight. Lows will range from the upper teens to low 20s for most.
Tomorrow we will have mostly sunny skies. As the area of high pressure starts to move to our southeast, the wrap-around flow on the back side of it will bring some southwesterly windflow into central Pennsylvania. As a result, it will be a little warmer. Highs will top out in the upper 40s to near 50 in a few spots.
Saturday will start with sunshine and end with some late clouds. There could be a couple of showers move in on Saturday night. Be alert for the possibility of icy patches of freezing rain late (depending on how cold it gets before the showers start).
Sunday will be mostly cloudy with a few rain showers. Highs will be in the upper 30s. Monday may be mostly dry with just a stray rain or mixed shower.
Tuesday or Wednesday, a stronger system will move our way. Depending on the track and timing of that system, we could see some rain or snow for next week. It's a little too early to tell for sure, but it is something we will be watching closely.