Mother Nature is reminding everyone that it is still technically Summer! Temperatures will rebound into the upper 70's and lower 80's again...
More storms will continue the first half of the week, and then cooler and drier weather will move in for the second half of the week!
We're expecting a fairly quiet week! There's just a few chances for rain, but for most of the week, many locations will stay dry!
The early half of the week will be the wettest with on and off chances for showers and thunderstorms. Then, a cold front will move through on Wednesday, bringing more comfortable and drier air to Northwest PA!
This week is looking Hot, Hot, Hot!!! Temperatures will likely reach the lower 90s during parts of the week...
This week will start out really nice with comfortable temperatures and low humidity! We'll be in the low 80's on Monday and Tuesday with plenty of sunshine. Unfortunately, it is Summer, so the heat and humidity will return again...
This week will be feeling like summer! Temperatures will remain consistent in the 80's all week, but we'll also have a chance of storms most days.
Prepare for more showers and storms! This week is not looking like a washout, but we will have a chance for showers and storms for the first half of the week.
Unfortunately, this week is looking pretty unsettled! Just about everyday has at least a small chance of a few showers or thunderstorms in the forecast.
We'll start off the week with some stormy weather. Showers and thunderstorms are expected on Monday, especially during the afternoon and evening...
As we look ahead towards a new week, we'll start things off on the chilly side with below normal temperatures. A cold front passed through on Sunday afternoon, leaving much colder air in place for the new week!
The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma has placed NW PA under a slight risk for severe weather on Tuesday afternoon and evening.
This past weekend was fabulous! Temperatures almost reached 90 degrees on Sunday afternoon. The official high on Sunday was 89, falling just short of 90 degrees.
The week will begin chilly and gloomy as Low Pressure sits over our area through Tuesday afternoon. This will continue to generate shower chances for us through the next few days, and the clouds will also keep our temperatures below average.
Monday will be the nicest day this week, by far! Sunshine will be abundant as high pressure builds into the region.
Meteorologists declare the first day of March as the “unofficial” beginning to Spring. But, just when you thought we might be getting a little break from the cold, Mother Nature decided to throw a curveball.