Allentown, PA 18102

34°F

Feels like 26°
  • 10 mph W
  • 50%
  • 17°
  • 30.4 in
  • 7:14 AM
  • 4:35 PM

TONIGHT

22°F

  • 5 mph WSW
  • 0%
  • 4:35 PM
  • Saturday

    36° / 22°
  • Sunday

    34° / 29°
  • Monday

    46° / 28°
  • Tuesday

    42° / 30°
  • Wednesday

    38° / 21°
  • Thursday

    28° / 12°

10 Day Forecast

  • Saturday

    36° / 22°
    Partly Cloudy 0%
  • Sunday

    34° / 29°
    Wintry Mix Late 40%
  • Monday

    46° / 28°
    Wintry Mix to Rain 70%
  • Tuesday

    42° / 30°
    Partly Cloudy 0%
  • Wednesday

    38° / 21°
    PM Snow 30%
  • Thursday

    28° / 12°
    Scattered Snow Showers 30%
  • Friday

    27° / 16°
    Mostly Cloudy 20%
  • Saturday

    36° / 28°
    Snow/Sleet/Rain 30%
  • Sunday

    34° / 20°
    Partly Cloudy/Brisk 0%
  • Monday

    34° / 24°
    Cloudy 0%
Weather Forecast Discussion

Brisk and cold today with snow arriving Sunday afternoon

Snow, sleet and rain move in Sunday afternoon

TODAY: Brisk and cold despite some sunshine (a flurry/snow shower, mainly north). High: 36

TONIGHT: Increasing cloudiness. Low: 22

SUNDAY: Cloudy; PM flurries. Some snow early at night then snow mixes with/changes to wintry mix late. High: 34 Low: 29

The start of the weekend is still brisk and cold but quiet, for now. High temperatures will only reach the mid 30s under some sunshine. There could also still be a stray snow shower, especially to the north. These snow showers may have some accumulations and cause slick spots or reduced visibility at times. The cloud cover then increases tonight as temperatures drop to the lower 20s.

Then the second half of the weekend turns active. Tomorrow will still be cold with highs in the mid 30s, but with less wind. Expect a rather cloudy day with a couple of flurries around. As the storm system closes in on the area, by the end of the day, some snow overspreads the area (especially north and west of Allentown), but there's a much better chance to see some snow, sleet and rain Sunday night and into Monday morning.

The mix is expected to transition over to all rain, but before that happens areas south and southeast of the Allentown and Reading could pick up a coating to 1" of snow and ice, areas north and northwest of Allentown and Reading and into the Poconos may receive 1" to 3" and the highest elevations of northern Pennsylvania and northern New Jersey could get into the 3" to 6" range (refer to map above for specifics).

The transition to all rain will begin overnight Sunday in southern parts of the viewing area and then gradually work its way north. By late morning on Monday everyone will be experience rain with temperatures above 32 degrees. The rain will then taper off from west to east Monday afternoon. Highs on Monday will reach the mid 40s.

Tuesday will be a break from the activity before the next cold front approaches with arctic air. So by the end of the week high temperatures will hit the upper 20s and low temperatures will drop to the teens.


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Reading, PA 19605

33°F

Feels like 24°
  • 12 mph W
  • 50%
  • 16°
  • 30.42 in
  • 7:15 AM
  • 4:37 PM

TONIGHT

23°F

  • 8 mph W
  • 0%
  • 4:37 PM
  • Saturday

    37° / 23°
  • Sunday

    35° / 30°
  • Monday

    47° / 29°
  • Tuesday

    43° / 31°
  • Wednesday

    39° / 22°
  • Thursday

    29° / 13°

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