SHORT TERM FORECAST
TONIGHT: Some showers and a t-storm within the night; in any other case, turning out partly cloudy and chillier, breezy at occasions too. Low: 38
EASTER SUNDAY: Partly sunny, brisk, and noticeably colder. (a flurry or sprinkle potential, primarily within the AM) Excessive: 50
SUNDAY NIGHT: Largely clear and chilly. Low: 31
Easter weekend didn’t get off to that unhealthy of a begin weather-wise, regardless that Saturday actually was cloudier in comparison with Friday, and there have been some raindrops often shifting by way of, principally north and west although. Regardless of extra clouds Saturday, afternoon highs nonetheless managed to achieve the nice higher 60s to low 70s. Temperatures are about to come back crashing down nonetheless for the rest of the vacation weekend as one other chilly entrance strikes in from our north and west this night bringing scattered showers and probably even a t-storm. Behind the entrance, temperatures flip sharply colder with highs solely close to 50 levels come Easter Sunday, nevertheless it does look to be principally dry, albeit chilly and brisk, for any Easter egg hunts or vacation plans. Our subsequent spherical of moist climate arrives later Monday into early Tuesday due to a possible spring Nor’easter. Excessive strain will return for the center of subsequent week resulting in dry and sunny occasions. Temperatures look to return to extra seasonable ranges within the 60s for the latter half of subsequent week.
A chilly entrance from our north and west strikes on this night bringing with it scattered showers and probably even a t-storm. It seems the heaviest exercise will happen north and west of the Lehigh Valley, nonetheless most places at one level or one other stand the possibility to see a short downpour or transient interval of regular rain. Whereas no extreme climate is predicted, some small hail and wind gusts to 30 or 40 miles-per-hour with a t-storm can’t fully be dominated out. By midnight and there-past, we ought to be completed with any rain as our chilly entrance heads off to our east and out to sea. Within the wake of the entrance, we’ll see some chillier air settling in as skies steadily clear in a single day and low temperatures drop into the higher 30s. Add in a stiff breeze now and again and wind chills will likely be down near freezing by Easter dawn.
Behind Saturday’s chilly entrance, our Easter expectations are for a mixture of solar and clouds on Sunday, but in addition a a lot colder day as excessive temperatures solely climb to round 50 levels, about 30 levels colder than Wednesday and Thursday. There may even be a brisk northwest breeze between 10 and 20 miles-per-hour including an additional chill to the air. At the least proper now, the day does look to be principally dry regardless of the sharp quiet down, though a number of conversational flurries or sprinkles aren’t fully out of the realms of prospects, primarily from the morning by way of noon.
FIRST HALF OF NEXT WEEK
Cool air will stay king early subsequent week, with highs solely within the low 50s Monday and Tuesday with brisk breezes and the possibility for some rain. That rain probability is because of a possible spring Nor’easter which could really carry some moist snow to greater elevations of central/western Pennsylvania (perhaps a few of the Poconos too) into Upstate New York and northern New England. Monday probably begins dry with rising clouds all through the day, then rain arrives later within the afternoon into the night. Steadiest rains proper now look to be Monday evening earlier than it tapers again to mild rain or showers Tuesday morning as a coastal low lifts its approach northward in the direction of New England. Clouds ought to then break for some sunshine as we progress by way of Tuesday, however a number of showers wrapping across the low strain system, now up throughout northern New England, will stay potential even into Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday additionally seems to be windy within the wake of the Nor’easter. Excessive strain will return for Wednesday resulting in dry climate and extra in the way in which of sunshine with lighter winds and barely hotter excessive temperatures within the higher 50s to round 60 levels.
LATTER HALF OF NEXT WEEK
Excessive strain that was overhead on Wednesday will transfer offshore on Thursday resulting in a return of a southerly wind stream. This may drive in milder air which ought to assist elevate our excessive temperatures Thursday again to extra seasonable ranges within the mid to higher 60s. A weak and dying chilly entrance shifting in from our west could restrict sunshine Thursday and maybe even spark a stray bathe, however all-in-all, a lot of the day seems to be dry presently. Excessive strain returns for Friday resulting in principally sunny skies, mild winds, and nice highs within the higher 60s.
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