10 Day Forecast

  • Tuesday

    40° / 35°
    Occasional Rain/Freezing 100%
  • Wednesday

    47° / 32°
    AM Showers 60%
  • Thursday

    50° / 30°
    Partly Cloudy 0%
  • Friday

    47° / 35°
    Late-Day Rain 60%
  • Saturday

    52° / 37°
    Mostly Cloudy 20%
  • Sunday

    46° / 38°
    Mostly Cloudy 20%
  • Monday

    51° / 43°
    Periods of Rain 70%
  • Tuesday

    52° / 39°
    Rain Likely 60%
  • Wednesday

    51° / 40°
    Clouds and Sunshine 0%
  • Thursday

    45° / 34°
    Flurries 40%
Weather Forecast Discussion

OVERCAST, DAMP, FOG AND DRIZZLE OVERNIGHT

WARMER THAN NORMAL TREND CONTINUES

***A FREEZING RAIN ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 7 AM WEDNESDAY IN MONROE AND SUSSEX COUNTIES.

OVERNIGHT: Overcast, damp and foggy with a shower and a bit of drizzle around. Some icy conditions linger into the morning in the Poconos. Low.: 35

WEDNESDAY: An early shower/drizzle with patchy fog in the a.m.. Mostly cloudy. High 47 Low 32

An area of low pressure will continue to pass into New England with a secondary low pressure forming to our northeast. As a result, we will continue to see plenty of clouds with a passing shower and some drizzle around. Temperatures are expected to hold steady or rise slightly overnight. The Poconos could still see some areas with icy spots. Otherwise, fog will be dense in many locations. 

We may see a lingering shower and patchy fog early Wednesday morning. The rest of the day looks to remain mainly cloudy. Thursday looks to be the nicest day in the forecast period. Have a great Wednesday!

 


...FREEZING RAIN ADVISORY NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL 7 AM EST
WEDNESDAY...

* LOCATIONS...MONROE COUNTY IN PENNSYLVANIA AND SUSSEX COUNTY IN
  NEW JERSEY.

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