Wednesday, January 6, 2010

By Forecaster Matt Alto, Penn State University 
Wet Now - Dry Later

12:00 AM SUN 3.28.2010 
FORECAST DISCUSSION: Low pressure will move in from the plains today and keep the region wet all day Sunday.  The rain will be pretty steady throughout the day.  Highs will reach near 50 degrees for the entire region.  Sunday night the rain will be more scattered and some locations could see snow.  Monday the rain will move out by the morning hours and will give way to decreasing clouds.  The temperatures will be on the chilly side with highs only making it into lower 40's.  Tuesday high pressure will move into the region allowing for mostly sunny skies with temperatures rebounding nicely into the lower 50's.


SUNDAY-- Rain showers.  Daytime rainfall totals near half an inch.
Highs: Near 50

SUNDAY NIGHT--Rain showers possible.  Otherwise mostly cloudy
Lows: Middle 30's throughout the region.

MONDAY-- Rain diminishing in the morning giving way to mostly cloudy skies.
Highs: Lower 40's near the lake with mid 40's across the rest of the region

TUESDAY-- Mostly sunny skies.
Highs: Lower 50's

EXTENDED OUTLOOK: The beginning of April looks to be absolutely beautiful!  The region will stay dry and free from rain Wednesday through Saturday.  Expect to see mostly sunny skies each day and the highs will be well above average.  Wednesday highs will be in the lower 60's.  Thursday we will get into the upper 60's and by Friday and Saturday we will be in the 70's.  The week is shaping up to be the warmest yet this year.

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