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Cold and blustery weekend with squalls Saturday and Sunday

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The buildup of high pressure over the southeast and the storm system that brought rain to the region on Thursday and Friday will result in blustery, cold and mostly dry days. Saturday, Sunday and Monday feature a mix of sun and clouds with irregular gusts possible at times. Saturday afternoon presents the best chance for these areas for squalls or an isolated snowfall, as some snow showers in western Pennsylvania may survive the hike into the mountains this afternoon. The maximum on Saturday will be 40 degrees. Winds will be mainly from the west or northwest between 5 and 15 miles per hour, with gusts in excess of 20 miles per hour at times. The minimums of each night will be between 20 and 20 years old. The weather on Tuesday and Wednesday will be unseasonably dry and cool, with highs remaining around 30 degrees. A full-scale winter storm begins to develop on Wednesday and is likely to affect the Susquehanna Valley on Thursday and Friday. Confidence is high that we will be hit by this storm, but what exactly will happen with this storm in terms of rain, a winter mix or snowfall is yet to be determined. Our latest forecast models and latest forecast trends move this storm further west, which means this storm could produce more rain and a wintry mix than snow. We’ll keep you posted with more information and further updates in the coming days. Extended forecast:Saturday: Partly sunny. Stormy. Isolated areas from squalls or snowfall. High: 40. Sunday: Partly sunny. Isolated PM bursts. Stormy. High: 36.Monday: Mostly sunny. Stormy. Maximum: 38. Tuesday: Partly sunny. Elevation: 38.Wed: Partly sunny. High: 36. Thursday. Predominantly cloudy. Possibility of winter mix. Maximum: 36.Friday: Very cloudy. Chance of snow/rain. Elevation: 38. Next Saturday: Mostly cloudy. High: 28.

The increase in pressure over the southeast and the exit of the storm system that brought rain to the region on Thursday and Friday will make the next few days stormy, cold and mostly dry.

Saturday, Sunday and Monday weather features a mixture of sun and clouds with occasional gusts possible at times.

Saturday afternoon presents the best chance for these areas for squalls or an isolated snowfall, as some snow showers in western Pennsylvania may survive the hike into the mountains this afternoon. The maximum on Saturday will be 40 degrees.

Winds will be mainly from the west or northwest between 5 and 15 miles per hour, with gusts in excess of 20 miles per hour at times. The minimums of each night will be between 20 and 20 years old.

The weather on Tuesday and Wednesday will be unseasonably dry and cool, with highs remaining around 30 degrees.

A full-scale winter storm begins to develop on Wednesday and is likely to affect the Susquehanna Valley on Thursday and Friday. Confidence is high that we will be hit by this storm, but what exactly will happen with this storm in terms of rain, a winter mix or snowfall is yet to be determined. Our latest forecast models and latest forecast trends move this storm further west, which means this storm could produce more rain and a wintry mix than snow. We’ll keep you posted with more information and further updates in the coming days.

Extended Forecast:

Saturday: Partly sunny. Stormy. Isolated areas from squalls or snowfall. High: 40.

Sunday: Partly sunny. Isolated PM bursts. Stormy. High: 36.

Monday: Mostly sunny. Stormy. High: 38.

Tuesday: Partly sunny. High: 38.

Wednesday: Partly sunny. High: 36.

Thursday. Predominantly cloudy. Possibility of winter mix. High: 36.

Friday: Very cloudy. Chance of snow/rain. High: 38.

Next Saturday: Mostly cloudy. High: 28.

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