TODAY: A warm front will approach bringing in moisture in off the Atlantic. At the same time, cold air will remain trapped at the surface leading to some areas of freezing drizzle, especially along and east of I 81. Expect .10" to .25" of rain with around a glazing to a .10" of ice. Take caution while driving. HIGH: 36. Winds: calm.
TONIGHT: Freezing drizzle changes to rain in the afternoon as temperatures reach near 40. Patches of dense fog may form due to milder temperatures staying close to 40 overnight and cloud coverage. LOW: 36. Winds: Southwest 5-10 MPH.
MONDAY: A strong Arctic cold front will move through bringing showers throughout the morning. As very cold air pushes in behind the front, rain may change to a brief period of snow with 1"-3" possible west of the Allegheny front. The high of 34 will be in the morning with temperatures falling to below zero Monday night. Winds will gust up to 40mph sending wind chills down to dangerous levels at -20 to -40 below zero. Frost bite can occur in 5 minutes with this type of cold so be prepared to bundle up in layers while outside and bring your animals indoors. HIGH: 34, LOW: -2. Winds: 16-22 MPH, Gust: 30-40 MPH.
TUESDAY: The polar vortex will bring temperatures into the low teens for highs. Wind chills will remain below zero. HIGH: 13, LOW: 7.
WEDNESDAY: Not as cold or as windy with a mix of clouds and sunshine. HIGH: 30, LOW: 20.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy. HIGH: 35, LOW: 25.
FRIDAY: Rain and snow showers. HIGH: 40, LOW: 32.
SATURDAY: Rain showers and milder. HIGH: 46, LOW: 36.
Have a great Sunday!
--Meteorologist Stephanie Sine
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