We'll be warm again Wednesday with temperatures reaching into the 60s to the lower 70s. As a front approaches, we'll have a partly to mostly cloudy sky with some showers and drizzle developing during the afternoon hours. This front will stall to our south on Thursday, and with a disturbance moving along the front, we'll have a chilly rainfall. Some of the rain may be heavy and we'll have some fog.
Tuesday will start with clouds and fog in places, but the afternoon will feature breaks of sun. It will turn unseasonably warm with highs well into the 60s, a few spots will cross the 70 degree mark. This does happen in February, in fact, last year we had back to back days with highs in the 70s peaking at 75 degrees on the second day.
Saturday will start off with some sunshine but then as a fast-moving disturbance approaches we will have an increase in cloudiness. This system will start to spread some snow, maybe mixed with rain at first, from the southwest to the northeast Saturday afternoon into Saturday evening. Highs on Saturday will be in the lower 30s. Snow will bring a widespread 1-3” of accumulations Saturday night before ending early Sunday with a little more on some of the ridges of Cambria and Somerset counties.
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Selecting a term
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