If Hurricane Matthew is on its way to the midstate, its itinerary isn’t showing on the weather forecasts.
At least not yet.
Some forecasters are hedging their bets, saying the potential impact of the storm on the East Coast remains uncertain. Matthew is currently roiling in the Caribbean.
The hurricane isn’t making even a cameo appearance on the latest local forecasts from AccuWeather and the National Weather Service at State College, however.
Both agencies are predicting a nice and mostly dry early fall week.
After the morning fog clears, there is just a 30 percent chance of precipitation on Monday, with a high near 72 and an overnight low of 51, according to the weather service. The next change of showers, again the odds are 30 percent, doesn’t make the feds’ forecast until Saturday.
The weather service expects today to be the warmest day. High temps are estimated at 70 for Tuesday, 67 for Wednesday, 70 on Thursday, 71 on Friday and 69 for Saturday. Lows will be in the low to mid-50s.
AccuWeather is predicting a slightly warmer week, with highs consistently in the low 70s. Morning fog could be an issue through Wednesday, it says. Lows could dip into the 40s at midweek, AccuWeather predicts.
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