After a week that focused on hurricane news, this week will bring pleasant, sunny, seasonable skies to the midstate, but with threat of the first frost in the northeast.
High pressure in the northeast means dry weather and sunshine, but a brisk feel as breezes hold temperatures 4-8 degrees below normal, AccuWeather says.
There is a frost advisory and freeze warning for Tuesday morning for north central counties including parts of Centre, Clinton, Lycoming, Sullivan. Many northern and southwest counties were under a frost advisory this morning as well.
“Clear skies and calm winds will bring the first widespread frost and freeze to the interior Northeast early Tuesday morning,” said Andy Mussoline, AccuWeather meteorologist.
Temperatures could dip into the upper 20s to lower 30s across north-central Pennsylvania to northern New England Monday night into Tuesday, with patchy frost developing. The Great Lakes and I-95 corridor toward the coast will be spared from the nip of frost, however.
Here is the week’s forecast:
- Columbus Day: Sunny through mid-morning, then becoming partly sunny, with a high near 61. High of 61; low of 40.
- Tuesday: Sunny. High of 62; low of 45.
- Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High of 66; low of 49.
- Thursday: Mostly sunny. High near 69; low of 48.
- Friday: Sunny. High of 62; low of 46.
- Saturday: Mostly sunny. High of 63; low of 49.
- Sunday: Partly sunny. High of 67.
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