Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton
Clouds have been hanging in there, but temperatures did reach above freezing east of I-99 today. Those clouds will clear out and the latter half of the week will be on the chilly side, with low temperatures in the teens and highs in the 20s. The good news is that the weather will be relatively calm for the next week.
Cooler air is moving in from Canada, and areas of high pressure will be in place for part of the week. Some flurries may move into Pennsylvania Thursday night/Friday morning and Saturday night/Sunday morning, but there is a slim chance of accumulations.
This cooler pattern will last until the weekend when warmer air will move in and get temperatures back into the low and mid 30s.