Published: Mon, November 23, 2020

Mild temps continue; tracking chance of Thanksgiving showers

Mild temps continue; tracking chance of Thanksgiving showers

A cold front is on it's way and we can expect rain for most of our Sunday.

Early Saturday morning, temperatures are in the 30s. Skies quickly turn partly to mostly sunny behind the departing rain, but temperatures only rise a few degrees to the mid-50s. Overnight lows will fall to the middle 40's with breezy conditions. This means precipitation could turn from rain showers to a wintry mix, and later it could be primarily snowflakes. The best chance to see more than an inch of snow will be in the St. Lawrance River Valley and into Canada. The rain should move out by afternoon, with the sun returning. Highs: Upper 60s. Sunday Night: Clear. This should help with melting any of the morning's snow/ice.

Monday is a dry start to the work week.

Wednesday and Thanksgiving Day will be mostly sunny and pleasant with highs in the upper 40s.


Tuesday will be mostly sunny and cool.

Tonight: The chance of an isolated shower or sprinkle continues during the evening.

According to the National Weather Service at State College, Sunday will be cloudy with a high of 50 and a low of 44.

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