And we dip again as an Arctic Airmass has settled into the region for the day. Highs will be in the 30s north and mid 40s for the south. Temps will become milder tomorrow an recover to the upper 40s and upper 50s for many!
Saturday all will see an increase in clouds. Temps will again be milder from the mid 50s north to the mid 60’s south. Rain chances will also enter the picture, especially to the west and south. By Saturday night, rain should have enveloped the entire area and has a chance to be heavy at times. This will be true Sunday as well as many could see upwards of an inch to maybe 3 locally! Here is HPC’s rain outlook: http://www.hpc.ncep.noaa.gov/qpf/95e00p48iwbg_fill.gif
Based on this, PA and New England will need to brace for floods due to major snow pack melting as well.
After Sunday things will go back to seasonal temps Monday and Tuesday and then another shot at rain by next Wednesday when temps will go above normal for a day.
All for now!