Wet Today. Chance of Rain/Snow in Western PA Wed. Dry Thursday. Significant Coastal Storm Chances Decline

Well it looks like a bit of a shloppy day today, and I know how you kids like ’em shloppy. Looks like rain across the board today before rain changes over to snow overnight in western PA. A chance of rain and snow will persist into Wednesday in western PA before conditions dry out on Thursday. The DC Region will look at partly cloudy skies on Wednesday and Thursday. Highs in western PA will reach into the mid to upper 40s today before dipping into the mid to upper 30s on Wednesday. Low to mid 30s will move in on Thursday. Lows will dip into the mid to upper 30s overnight tonight before 20s settle in on Wednesday night and Thursday night. DC highs will reach into the upper 40s to low 50s today before low to mid 50s settle in tomorrow. Low to mid 40s will settle in on Thursday. Lows in the low to mid 40s tonight will fall off into the low to mid 30s on Wednesday night and Thursday night. Models have shied away from a significant coastal storm this upcoming weekend as they push the system further off the coast and mostly out to sea. Hope you have a fantastic two-for-Tuesday!       
      
Current (~6-6:30am) Temperatures:
  • Erie, PA: 43; Wind Chill: 39
  • Franklin, PA: 37; Wind Chill: 30
  • New Castle, PA: 42; Wind Chill: 42
  • Butler, PA: 43; Wind Chill: 38
  • Pittsburgh, PA (KAGC): 39; Wind Chill: 33
  • Uniontown, PA: 38; Wind Chill: 38
  • State College, PA: 37; Wind Chill: 37
  • Frederick, MD: 34; Wind Chill: 34
  • BWI Airport, MD: 36; Wind Chill: 36
  • DC (KDCA): 42; Wind Chill: 42

Forecast:

Western PA:

Main threat: Slick roads from rain on today. Snow/rain on Wednesday and possibly Thursday in NW PA. Snow should be pretty light.

  • Today: Rain. Highs: Mid to Upper 40s Overnight Lows: Mid to Upper 30s
  • Wednesday: Chance of rain/snow, with better chance of snow in NW PA and mountains of W PA. Windy. Highs: Mid to Upper 30s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 20s
  • Thursday: Mostly cloudy. Slight chance of snow in NW PA. Breezy. Highs:  Low to Mid 30s Overnight Lows: Mid to Upper 20s

DC Region: 

Main threat: Slippery roads possible today with rain.

  • Today: Showers likely. Highs: Upper 40/Low 50s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 40s
  • Wednesday:  Partly cloudy. Highs: Low to Mid 50s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 30s
  • Thursday: Partly cloudy. Highs: Low to Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Low 30s

Good News: Temperatures stay fairly seasonal or above normal through early next week. Maybe a white Christmas for western PA (if model agreement means anything).

Bad News: Wet western PA through Wednesday/Thursday.

Wet Weather Tuesday. Rain/Snow Chance Wednesday in Western PA. Potential Coastal Storm This Weekend.

Hope you all had a fantastic weekend! Enjoy the warmer temperatures while they last because they won’t be around for too much longer as the end of December looks to get chillier. Looks like a more active week in western PA as conditions stay mainly dry today (maybe some drizzle) before rains move in overnight and continue into Tuesday. Rain will changeover to snow in NW PA into Wednesday. Highs in the mid to upper 40s today and tomorrow in western PA will drop into the mid to upper 30s on Wednesday. Lows in the 30s the next couple nights will fall off into the 20s by Wednesday night. The DC Region will stay dry today before a chance of showers moves in tomorrow. Clouds will decrease on Wednesday as partly cloudy to mostly sunny skies are expected. Highs will hold in the upper 40s to low 50s the next 3 days. Lows in the upper 30s to low 40s will continue the next couple nights before dropping into the low to mid 30s Wednesday night. Some models suggest a coastal storm for the upcoming weekend which could bring rain and snow to the East. However, models are in quite a bit of disagreement with the track of this disturbance and how much cold air could filter in with it. I’ll keep an eye on this throughout the week though. Take care folks!   
      
Current (~6-6:30am) Temperatures:
  • Erie, PA: 40; Wind Chill: 46
  • Franklin, PA: 37; Wind Chill: 37
  • New Castle, PA: 42; Wind Chill: 42
  • Butler, PA: 43; Wind Chill: 43
  • Pittsburgh, PA (KAGC): 40; Wind Chill: 35
  • Uniontown, PA: 37; Wind Chill: 37
  • State College, PA: 39; Wind Chill: 35
  • Frederick, MD: 41; Wind Chill: 41
  • BWI Airport, MD: 42; Wind Chill: 42
  • DC (KDCA): 43; Wind Chill: 43

Forecast:

Western PA:

Main threat: Slick roads from rain on Tuesday and then snow/rain on Wednesday and possibly Thursday.

  • Today: Mostly cloudy. Chance of rain overnight. Highs:  Mid to Upper 40s Overnight Lows: Mid to Upper 30s
  • Tuesday: Rain. Highs: Mid to Upper 40s Overnight Lows: 30s
  • Wednesday: Chance of rain/snow, with better chance of snow in NW PA and mountains of W PA. Highs: Mid to Upper 30s Overnight Lows: Mid 20s

DC Region: 

Main threat: Slippery roads possible on Tuesday with rain.

  • Today: Partly sunny. Highs: Upper 40/Low 50s Overnight Lows: Upper 30s/Low 40s
  • Tuesday: Chance of showers. Highs: Upper 40/Low 50s Overnight Lows: Upper 30s/Low 40s
  • Wednesday: Decreasing clouds, becoming partly cloudy. Highs: Low 50s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 30s

Good News: Warmth holds on early this week.

Bad News: Some models have consistently shown potential coastal storm on several model runs for this weekend. Cold air could move in by the end of the month as well.

“…I Want Him Brought Right Here, With a Big Ribbon on His Head…”

Hope everyone’s ready for the weekend, because warmer temperatures and drier conditions are expected overall. Looks like a lot of places got snow yesterday, with Erie County winning with over 6″ of snow in a lot of locations. Conditions will start to dry out today as a ridge starts to build in the region. Partly sunny skies are expected through the weekend as some areas could see some drizzle or spitting rain late Sunday night. Highs will hold in the 30s today and tomorrow before low to mid 40s settle in on Sunday. Lows in the 20s tonight will rise into the low 30s tomorrow night as 30s hold into Sunday night. The DC Region will stay dry as mostly sunny skies settle in for the weekend. Highs in the mid to upper 40s and lows in the 30s will stick around. Hope you all have a fantastic weekend! Take care folks!
      
Current (~6-6:30am) Temperatures:
  • Erie, PA: 35; Wind Chill: 26
  • Franklin, PA: 30; Wind Chill: 22
  • New Castle, PA: 29; Wind Chill: 21
  • Butler, PA: 28; Wind Chill: 19
  • Pittsburgh, PA (KAGC): 29; Wind Chill: 21
  • Uniontown, PA: 26; Wind Chill: 17
  • State College, PA: 32; Wind Chill: 23
  • Frederick, MD: 37; Wind Chill: 30
  • BWI Airport, MD: 37; Wind Chill: 31
  • DC (KDCA): 41; Wind Chill: 34

Forecast:

Western PA:

Main threat: Slick roads from lingering snow on roads. Maybe some black ice tomorrow morning from melting snow today. Nothing bad though.

  • Today: Drying out. Partly sunny. Highs:  Mid 30s Overnight Lows: Mid to Upper 20s
  • Saturday: Partly sunny. Highs: Mid to Upper 30s Overnight Lows:  Low 30s
  • Sunday: Partly sunny.  Highs: Low to Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Mid 30s

DC Region: 

Main threat: Gusty winds today. Nothing other than that.

  • Today: Partly cloudy. Windy. Highs: Low to Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 30s
  • Saturday: Mostly sunny.  Highs: Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 30s
  • Sunday: Mostly sunny. Highs: Mid to Upper 40s Overnight Lows: Mid to Upper 30s

Good News: Dry/warmer weekend. Next best chance of rain (maybe some snow) is Tuesday.

Bad News: We have to wait almost two weeks for Christmas.

Computer Broke At Work. Late Forecast. Little Full. Lotta Sap.

Looks like the risk of snow will continue in western PA over the next couple days before conditions dry out during the weekend.  Highs in the 30s will continue over the next couple days in western PA before upper 30s to low 40s settle in on Saturday. Lows in the 20s the next couple nights will rise into the 30s by Saturday night. The DC Region will stay dry through the weekend as cloudier skies today give way to mostly sunny skies by the early weekend. Highs in the low to mid 40s will hold steady while lows stick in the 30s. Hope you have a great day! Only 1 more day of work after today until the weekend!
      
Current (~7-7:30am) Temperatures:
  • Erie, PA: 34; Wind Chill: 23
  • Franklin, PA: 28; Wind Chill: 16
  • New Castle, PA: 28; Wind Chill: 17
  • Butler, PA: 27; Wind Chill: 14
  • Pittsburgh, PA (KAGC): 26; Wind Chill: 14
  • Uniontown, PA: 24; Wind Chill: 15
  • State College, PA: 30; Wind Chill: 18
  • Frederick, MD: 36; Wind Chill: 30
  • BWI Airport, MD: 34; Wind Chill: 25
  • DC (KDCA): 37; Wind Chill: 30

Forecast:

Western PA:

Main threat: Potential snow accumulations could allow for slick roads.

  • Today: Chance of snow. Windy.  Highs: Low to Mid 30s Overnight Lows: Mid 20s
  • Friday: Chance of snow. Breezy. Highs:  Mid 30s Overnight Lows: Mid to Upper 20s
  • Saturday: Partly sunny. Highs: Upper 30s/Low 40s Overnight Lows:  Low to Mid 30s

DC Region: 

Main threat: Gusty winds. Other than that, none.

  • Today: Partly sunny. Windy Highs: Low to Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 30s
  • Friday: Partly cloudy. Windy. Highs: Low to Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 30s
  • Saturday: Mostly sunny. Windy. Highs: Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 30s

Good News: Weekend warmth.

Bad News: Cool down during the middle of next week, but nothing too significant.

“Can I Refill Your Eggnog for You? Get You Something to Eat? Drive You Out to the Middle of Nowhere, Leave You For Dead?”

Looks like the bulk of moisture has made its way into New England as heavy snows  could continue in the interior parts. Snowfall/mix/rain will continue in parts of western PA today as the threat of snow continues through Friday. Highs will hold in the 30s the next 3 days in western PA while lows hold steady in the 20s. The DC Region will stay mainly dry overall with a slight chance of a shower early tomorrow. Partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies are expected over the next couple days before partly cloudy skies settle in on Saturday. Highs will hold steady in the low to mid 40s while lows also continue to sit in the low to mid 30s. This weekend and early next week look to warm up into the 40s across western PA and potentially into the 50s in the DC Region. Hope you all have a great hump day. Get over it!
      
Current (~6-6:30am) Temperatures:
  • Erie, PA: 34; Wind Chill: 25
  • Franklin, PA: 30; Wind Chill: 23
  • New Castle, PA: 34; Wind Chill: 25
  • Butler, PA: 36; Wind Chill: 30
  • Pittsburgh, PA (KAGC): 35; Wind Chill: 27
  • Uniontown, PA: 34; Wind Chill: 34
  • State College, PA: 36; Wind Chill: 29
  • Frederick, MD: 41; Wind Chill: 35
  • BWI Airport, MD: 40; Wind Chill: 33
  • DC (KDCA): 44; Wind Chill: 36

Forecast:

Western PA:

Main threat: Potential snow accumulations could allow for slick roads.

  • Today: Chance of snow. Breezy.  Highs: Low to Mid 30s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 20s
  • Thursday: Chance of snow. Breezy. Highs: Low to Mid 30s Overnight Lows: Mid 20s
  • Friday: Chance of snow. Highs: Mid to Upper 30s Overnight Lows:  Mid to Upper 20s

DC Region: 

Main threat: Gusty winds. Other than that, none.

  • Today: Partly sunny. Windy Highs: Low to Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 30s
  • Thursday: Partly sunny. Slight chance of a shower early. Windy. Highs: Low to Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 30s
  • Friday: Partly cloudy. Windy. Highs: Low to Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 30s

Good News: Temperatures warm up during the weekend and early next week.

Bad News: Conditions cool back down during the middle of next week.

Watch Out For Icy Conditions This Morning In Central/Eastern PA and DC Region (Mainly North and West)

A storm will continue to ride up the coast bringing rain to the coastal regions and snow to the Interior Northeast. The heaviest snow should fall from northeast PA up into the interior parts of New England, with 6-12″ possible and localized higher amounts especially in the higher elevations of New England. Freezing rain early this morning in the DC Region has become rain as the threat of rain continues today. A chance of snow could mix in with this rain tomorrow before conditions start to dry out on Thursday. Highs in the low to mid 40s are expected over the next 3 days while lows hang in the low to mid 30s. In western PA, a chance of rain and snow today will give way to a chance of snow through Thursday. Could see some light snow accumulations by Thursday, with potential for more significant snowfall towards central PA in the mountains. Highs in the upper 30s and low 40s today will drop into the low to mid 30s through Thursday. Lows in the upper 20s and low 30 tonight will fall off solely into the 20s through Thursday night. Hope you have a great two-for-Tuesday! Take care folks!         
      
Current (~6-6:30am) Temperatures:
  • Erie, PA: 37; Wind Chill: 31
  • Franklin, PA: 30; Wind Chill: 22
  • New Castle, PA: 34; Wind Chill: 34
  • Butler, PA: 30; Wind Chill: 24
  • Pittsburgh, PA (KAGC): 35; Wind Chill: 31
  • Uniontown, PA: 31; Wind Chill: 31
  • State College, PA: 28; Wind Chill: 27
  • Frederick, MD: 34; Wind Chill: 34
  • BWI Airport, MD: 34; Wind Chill: 27
  • DC (KDCA): 37; Wind Chill: 28

Forecast:

Western PA:

Main threat: Potential rain and snow could make roads slick over the next few days.

  • Today: Chance of rain and snow. Highs: Upper 30s to Low 40s Overnight Lows:  Upper 20s/Low 30s
  • Wednesday: Chance of snow. Breezy.  Highs: Low to Mid 30s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 20s
  • Thursday: Chance of snow. Breezy. Highs: Low to Mid 30s Overnight Lows: 20s

DC Region:

Main threat: Patchy ice is possible north and west of DC this morning. Steady rains may keep roads on the slippery side.

  • Today: Rain, could be heavy at times. Windy. Highs: Low to Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 30s
  • Wednesday: Chance of showers lingers. Snow may mix in with rain. Windy. Highs: Low 40s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 30s
  • Thursday: Partly sunny skies as clouds start to decrease. Windy. Highs: Low 40s Overnight Lows: Low 30s

Good News: Temperatures warm up to seasonal and above normal values during the weekend and early next week.

Bad News: Wet conditions linger the next few days.

Coastal Storm: Rain in DC. Snow Stays Mainly in NE PA and Interior New England

A coastal storm is the main feature over the next few days as the most significant snowfall holds in far NE PA to Interior New England. A foot of snow, could be seen from the higher elevations of the Poconos up to Maine. the DC Region should see a threat of rain from tonight into Wednesday. Western PA should be spared by the main impacts of the coastal storm, but another front will bring a chance of  rain and snow overnight tonight and into Tuesday before turning to all snow on Wednesday. Not too much snow accumulation should be seen in western PA. Highs in the upper 30s to mid 40s are expected in western PA today and tomorrow before dropping into the low to mid 30s on Wednesday. Lows in the upper 20s to low 30s the next couple nights should fall off into the low to mid 20s by Wednesday night. The DC Region will see highs in the low to mid 40s through Wednesday. Lows in the mid to upper 30s the next couple nights will drop into the low to mid 30s by Wednesday. Hope you all have a great day! If you are traveling in New England or NE PA tomorrow/Wednesday, best of luck to you! 
        
Current (~6-6:45am) Temperatures:
  • Erie, PA: 34; Wind Chill: 26
  • Franklin, PA: 27; Wind Chill: 16
  • New Castle, PA: 29; Wind Chill: 24
  • Butler, PA: 28; Wind Chill: 19
  • Pittsburgh, PA (KAGC): 29; Wind Chill: 29
  • Uniontown, PA: 31; Wind Chill: 25
  • State College, PA: 23; Wind Chill: 23
  • Frederick, MD: 30; Wind Chill: 25
  • BWI Airport, MD: 31; Wind Chill: 24
  • DC (KDCA): 35; Wind Chill: 27

Forecast:

Western PA:

Main threat: Chance of rain and snow could make roads slick.

  • Today: Mostly cloudy. Chance of rain/snow overnight. Breezy Highs: Upper 30s to Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Upper 20s/Low 30s
  • Tuesday: Chance of rain and snow. Highs: Upper 30s to Mid 40s Overnight Lows:  Upper 20s/Low 30s
  • Wednesday: Chance of snow. Breezy.  Highs: Low to Mid 30s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 20s

DC Region:

Main threat: Rain may cause for slick roads. Heavy rains may reduce visibility Tuesday.

  • Today: Chance of rain later today and into tonight. Highs: Upper 30s/ Low 40s Overnight Lows: Mid to Upper 30s
  • Tuesday: Rain, could be heavy at times. Windy. Highs: Low to Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Mid to Upper 30s
  • Wednesday: Chance of showers lingers. Windy. Highs: Low to Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 30s

Good News: Temperatures warm up to above normal and conditions dry out by the weekend and into early next week.

Bad News: Wet weather sticks around through the first half of the week.

“You’ve Been Smoochin’ Wit’ Everybody”

Chance of freezing rain during the morning today in Western PA, mainly in the higher elevations, before changing over to rain later in the day. Rain will continue tomorrow before potentially changing over to snow before ending during the night. Mostly sunny skies will settle in on Sunday. Highs in the mid 30s to low 40s are expected today before upper 30s to mid 40s move in on Saturday. Sunday allows for mid to upper 30s to filter back into the area. Lows in the 30s and 40s tonight will fall off into the 20s on Saturday night and Sunday night.  The DC Region will see rain mainly later in the day as the threat of rain continues into Saturday. Sunday will dry out allowing for mostly sunny skies and windy conditions to settle into the region. Highs in the mid to upper 40s today will rise into the low to mid 50s tomorrow before afternoon high temperatures decline into the mid 40s by Sunday afternoon. Lows in the low to mid 40s tonight will dip into the upper 30s tomorrow night before falling to near the freezing mark on Sunday night. Hope you all have a fantastic weekend! See you next week!
        
Current (~6-6:30am) Temperatures:
  • Erie, PA: 34; Wind Chill: 34
  • Franklin, PA: 30; Wind Chill: 21
  • New Castle, PA: 31; Wind Chill: 31
  • Butler, PA: 32; Wind Chill: 25
  • Pittsburgh, PA (KAGC): 33; Wind Chill: 28
  • Uniontown, PA: 39; Wind Chill: 39
  • State College, PA: 30; Wind Chill: 22
  • Frederick, MD: 30; Wind Chill: 24
  • BWI Airport, MD: 39; Wind Chill: 35
  • DC (KDCA): 43; Wind Chill: 43

Forecast:

Western PA:

Main threat: Freezing rain/sleet may cause for slick roads in the morning. Little or no ice accumulations expected. Black ice possible late Saturday night/early Sunday as standing water may refreeze.

  • Today: Chance of a wintry mix early, mainly in the mountains and NW PA. Changing over to rain. Highs: Mid 30s to Low 40s Overnight Lows: Upper 30s to Low 40s
  • Saturday: Rain, could be heavy at times. Highs: Upper 30s to Mid 40s Overnight Lows:  20s
  • Sunday: Mostly sunny.  Highs: Mid to Upper 30s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 20s

DC Region:

Main threat: Rain may cause for slick roads today and Saturday.

  • Today: Rain likely. Highs: Mid to Upper 40s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 40s
  • Saturday: Rain, could be heavy at times. Highs: Low to Mid 50s Overnight Lows: Upper 30s
  • Sunday: Mostly sunny. Windy. Highs: Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Low 30s

Good News: Temperatures stay near to above normal in western PA while the DC Region stays mainly seasonal over the next couple weeks.

Bad News: Wet early weekend.

“I’m in a Store and I’m Singing!”

Conditions stay dry across the entire region today before a chance of rain/snow/sleet/freezing rain moves into western PA on Friday. Rain chances will move into the DC Region later on Friday. Rain will continue on Saturday. Highs in western PA will sit in the low to mid 30s today before rising into the upper 30s to low 40s on Friday. 40s are expected on Saturday. Lows in the upper 20s to low 30s tonight will bump up into the 30s and 40s on Friday night before 20s return Saturday night. The DC Region will see highs in the mid 40s the next couple days before rising into the low 50s by Saturday. Lows in the mid to upper 30s tonight will bump up into the low to mid 40s on Friday night before dipping back into the upper 30s to low 40s on Saturday night. Have a fantastic Thursday! Only 1 day after today until the weekend!
        
Current (~6-6:30am) Temperatures:
  • Erie, PA: 33; Wind Chill: 25
  • Franklin, PA: 27; Wind Chill: 20
  • New Castle, PA: 24; Wind Chill: 24
  • Butler, PA: 25; Wind Chill: 25
  • Pittsburgh, PA (KAGC): 28; Wind Chill: 21
  • Uniontown, PA: 29; Wind Chill: 29
  • State College, PA: 30; Wind Chill: 22
  • Frederick, MD: 34; Wind Chill: 29
  • BWI Airport, MD: 30; Wind Chill: 30
  • DC (KDCA): 38; Wind Chill: 34

Forecast:

Western PA:

Main threat: Freezing rain/sleet may cause for slick roads tomorrow morning. Black ice possible late Saturday night/early Sunday as standing water may refreeze.

  • Today: Party sunny.  Highs: Low to Mid 30s Overnight Lows: Mid 20s to Low 30s
  • Friday: Chance of a wintry mix early. Changing over to rain. Highs: Upper 30s/Low 40s Overnight Lows: Mid 30s to Low 40s
  • Saturday: Rain, could be heavy at times. Highs: 40s Overnight Lows:  20s

DC Region:

Main threat: Rain may cause for slick roads late on Friday and into Saturday.

  • Today: Partly sunny. Highs: Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Mid to Upper 30s
  • Friday: Chance of rain, mainly later in the day and into the night.  Highs: Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 40s
  • Saturday: Rain, could be heavy at times. Highs: Upper 40s/Low 50s Overnight Lows: Upper 30s/Low 40s

Good News: Aside from today and Sunday, temperatures should remain near to above normal over the next week or so.

Bad News: After today, the region stays in a bit of a wet pattern through the weekend.

“Acey Said 10 Percent.”

A bit of a temperature roller coaster is taking place this week as temperatures seem indecisive as to whether they want to stay down or up. Hopefully everyone stays healthy through these changes. A chance of drizzle may linger early in western PA today before partly cloudy skies move in on Thursday. A chance of a wintry mix is possible early on Friday before changing over to rain. Highs in the upper 30s to low 40s today in western PA will dip into the mid to upper 30s on Thursday before low to mid 40s move in on Friday. Lows in the 20s tonight will rise into the mid 20s to low 30s on Thursday night before Friday night bumps up into the 30s. The DC Region will see a chance of rain hold on early in the day today before conditions dry out into Thursday as mostly sunny skies settle in. A chance of rain will track in on Friday (with potential sleet early). Highs in the mid to upper 50s today will fall off into the mid to upper 40s Thursday and Friday. Lows in the 30s the next couple nights will increase into the low to mid 30s on Friday night. It’s hump day. Get over it! Enjoy yourselves!
        
Current (~6-6:30am) Temperatures:
  • Erie, PA: 37; Wind Chill: 30
  • Franklin, PA: 36; Wind Chill: 29
  • New Castle, PA: 37; Wind Chill: 32
  • Butler, PA: 37; Wind Chill: 31
  • Pittsburgh, PA (KAGC): 39; Wind Chill: 33
  • Uniontown, PA: 42; Wind Chill: 39
  • State College, PA: 32; Wind Chill: 27
  • Frederick, MD: 37; Wind Chill: 32
  • BWI Airport, MD: 38; Wind Chill: 38
  • DC (KDCA): 42; Wind Chill: 36

Forecast:

Western PA:

Main threat: Wet roads possible early today.

  • Today: Chance of drizzle, especially early. Potential snow in far NW PA. Highs: Upper 30s to Low 40s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 20s
  • Thursday: Party cloudy.  Highs: Mid to Upper 30s Overnight Lows: Mid 20s to Low 30s
  • Friday: Chance of a wintry mix early. Changing over to rain. Highs: Low to Mid 40s Overnight Lows: Mid 30s to Low 40s

DC Region:

Main threat: Rain may cause slick roads early today.

  • Today: Chance of showers early. Drying out this afternoon. Highs: Low to Mid 50s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 30s
  • Thursday: Mostly sunny. Highs: Mid to Upper 40s Overnight Lows: Mid to Upper 30s
  • Friday: Chance of rain. Slight risk of sleet early north of the city.  Highs: Mid to Upper 40s Overnight Lows: Low to Mid 40s

Good News: Despite a few days of below normal temperatures, most days should see near or above normal values over the next 2 weeks, especially in western PA.

Bad News: Temperatures cool down to below normal into the middle of this week.