Allentown, PA 18102

28°F

Clear Feels like 28°
  • 0 mph
  • 78%
  • 22°
  • 29.86 in
  • 7:00 AM
  • 4:38 PM

TONIGHT

36°F
Mostly Cloudy

  • 4 mph WSW
  • 10%
  • 4:38 PM
  • Saturday

    56° / 36°
  • Sunday

    48° / 32°
  • Monday

    50° / 29°
  • Tuesday

    54° / 38°
  • Wednesday

    58° / 37°
  • Thursday

    54° / 37°

10 Day Forecast

  • Saturday

    56° / 36°
    Sun and Clouds; PM Shower 20%
  • Sunday

    48° / 32°
    Partly Sunny; Brisk, Cooler 20%
  • Monday

    50° / 29°
    Mostly Sunny and Pleasant 0%
  • Tuesday

    54° / 38°
    Plenty of Sun; Milder 0%
  • Wednesday

    58° / 37°
    Partly Sunny and Quite Mild 0%
  • Thursday

    54° / 37°
    Sun then Clouds; Mild 20%
  • Friday

    49° / 29°
    Clouds and Sun; a Shower 20%
  • Saturday

    48° / 32°
    Mostly Sunny 0%
  • Sunday

    44° / 28°
    Mostly Cloudy; a Shower 30%
  • Monday

    50° / 34°
    Mostly Sunny and Nice 0%
Weather Forecast Discussion

Sunshine followed by clouds Saturday but milder and mostly dry

A quick cool shot Sunday then milder next week

TODAY: Some sun giving way to clouds; mild with a shower in one or two spots later this afternoon. High: 56


TONIGHT:  Brisk with clouds breaking overnight.  Low: 36
 
SUNDAY:  Intervals of clouds and sun; brisk and a bit chillier. A rain or snow shower in the Poconos.  High: 48  Low: 32
 

If you’re lucky enough to be enjoying a four-day Thanksgiving holiday weekend, you’ve probably enjoyed the abundant sunshine we’ve had over the last few days. So we’re two for two so far, with plenty of chilly sunshine on Thanksgiving Day followed by milder sunshine for holiday shoppers on Black Friday. The sun may not be as plentiful this weekend as some clouds will increase later today ahead of a weak cold front, but most of the weekend should remain dry with only the slight chance of a passing shower or two late this afternoon or evening. In fact, that small chance of a late day shower is perhaps the only chance of rain until later next week for most of us. Yes, it’s a largely dry and quiet weather pattern to wrap up the month of November. And after a brief and only modest shot of chillier air for the second half of the weekend, a nice and perhaps long-lasting warming trend develops for most of next week.

Saturday will begin with mostly sunny skies, but clouds increase as that cold front approaches late in the day. There’s little moisture for this front to work with, so there’s only the slight chance of a shower or two towards evening. Most of the day will remain dry, and many of us will probably stay dry altogether. Southwest breezes will spell a milder day out ahead of our front, as highs climb into the mid 50s by afternoon, making today the milder half of the last weekend of November, and a preview of some longer-lived mild air that looks to find a home here most of next week.

Outside of a stray evening shower, expect clouds to partially clear overnight, although a brisk westerly breeze will develop in the wake of our cold front, which will help to deliver a short-lived shot of somewhat cooler air for the rest of the weekend. Lows will drop into the mid 30s overnight, not as cold as the last few nights have been. However, it will feel a bit colder once you factor in that westerly breeze around 10 to 20 miles-per-hour.

That modest shot of chillier air will settle overhead on Sunday, which could spark a rain or snow shower in the Poconos. Otherwise, expect a partly sunny, somewhat breezy, and cooler day with seasonably chilly highs in the upper 40s. That’s about average for late November, but it’s really the only cool day of an increasingly mild forecast as we work our way through next week and the end of November. Once again, a somewhat brisk northwesterly breeze will add an extra chill to the air.

The last four days of November should all feature partly to mostly sunny skies as temperatures climb their way up through the 50s, perhaps flirting with 60 degrees by the middle of the week. Two areas of high pressure will control our weather for most of the week, one Monday and Tuesday and another for Wednesday and Thursday. In between, a weak cold front will pass by harmlessly to our north early Wednesday morning, providing nothing more than a wind shift and marking a sort of changing of the high pressure guard.

A stronger cold front is expected to approach from the west later next week, sometime Thursday night or Friday. This front will have a better chance at providing some rain showers out ahead of it, and also some seasonably chillier air behind it in time for next weekend. However, no major storms or significant shots of cold air appear likely through the first week of December. 

Have a great weekend and enjoy the quiet weather pattern!


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Reading, PA 19605

32°F

Feels like 32°
  • 0 mph
  • 88%
  • 29°
  • 29.85 in
  • 7:01 AM
  • 4:40 PM

TONIGHT

37°F

  • 6 mph W
  • 10%
  • 4:40 PM
  • Saturday

    57° / 37°
  • Sunday

    49° / 33°
  • Monday

    51° / 30°
  • Tuesday

    55° / 39°
  • Wednesday

    59° / 38°
  • Thursday

    55° / 38°

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