Today: Mild with variably cloudy skies and a passing shower. High: 48
Tonight: Cloudy with snow arriving toward daybreak. Low: 27
Monday: Considerable cloudiness and colder with snow (mixing with and changing to rain farther south) ending in the afternoon. Snowfall accumulations will generally be in the 3 to 6 inch range. High: 34 Low: 19
There will be clouds and limited sunshine today, along with a shower possible in parts of the area as a cold front slides in from the west. The activity along this front will be very spotty with many locations not even seeing a drop of rain.
Today's high temperatures are expected to reach the upper 40s and lower 50s before the frontal boundary passes through the region. After midnight, a wave of low pressure will approach from the southwest and overspread the viewing area with snow.
The snow will then continue through the morning and into the afternoon hours before tapering off, possibly as a mix or plain rain to the south. Because of this storm's track, areas south of the Lehigh Valley will generally be the hardest hit; between 3 to 6 inches of snow will be possible for most.
Aside from the snow, Monday will be cloudy and cooler with highs falling back into the middle 30s.
Tuesday will start out with some sunshine, but the clouds will take over again by evening, as yet another storm system moves in from the west. Highs on Tuesday will be in the mid 30s.
|Record||94°F April 25, 1915||27°F April 25, 1956|