So the near term forecast is for temperatures to warm up over the next few days before, you guessed it, the cold moves in for next week. We’re looking at potential for highs 15+ degrees below average and lows 10+ degrees below average this Sunday. Why not bring a storm up the coast and add some snow Tuesday night into Wednesday? Still too early to tell the exact scenario, but the intense cold and enough moisture could allow for snow into PA, especially in the mountains. As for the next few days, looking at dry conditions over the next couple of days for western PA before a chance of rain moves in on Thursday night and into Friday. This threat of precipitation will continue into Saturday before lake-effect snow returns this weekend. Highs in the 40s will occur today before 40s and 50s move in the next couple days. Lows in the 20s will occur tonight before 30s/40s return for the next two nights. For DC, dry but cloudier conditions stick around over the next 3 days. Highs in the 40s today will give way to 50s and 60s through Friday. Lows in the 30s/40s are expected through the early weekend. As for me, I’m taking a break from the weather tomorrow. I have it off, so I am going to enjoy it. Take care folks!