Weekend Update…Minus Colin Quinn Because No One Liked Him on SNL

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It’s Friday. The final frontier of the work week. The beginning of a wet, but more mild, weekend. Should be pretty showery this weekend with potential for heavier rains on Saturday. Lingering showers could hold steady into Sunday before clearing out for a beautiful day on Monday. Temperatures have cooled down a bit with the forecast thanks to the low pressure system slowing down off the coast during the weekend and lots of moisture. What a jerk. Can’t complain after a long and cold winter though. This relief from the cold should continue into next week. Have a fantastic weekend. Relax, enjoy the nice temperatures, and have fun. Take care folks!
Current (~6-6:30am) Temperatures:
  • Erie, PA:  52; Wind Chill: 47
  • Franklin, PA: 48; Wind Chill: 42
  • New Castle, PA: 52; Wind Chill: 47
  • Butler, PA:  52; Wind Chill: 47
  • Pittsburgh (KAGC): 52; Wind Chill: 47
  • Uniontown, PA: 51; Wind Chill: 51
  • State College, PA: 39; Wind Chill: 39
  • Frederick, MD: 46; Wind Chill: 42
  • BWI Airport, MD:  47; Wind Chill: 44
  • DC (KDCA):  49; Wind Chill: 44


Western PA:

Main threat: Wet weather. Heavy rains could reduce visibility. Slick roads. Just drive cautiously if caught in a downpour. That is all

  • Today:  Showers likely. Highs: Upper 40s/50s Overnight Lows: 30s/Low 40s
  • Saturday:  Rain. Could be heavy at times. Mix in snow with rain into the overnight hours. Highs: Upper 30s/40s Overnight Lows: 20s/low 30s
  • Sunday: Rain lingers early. Then conditions dry out. Highs: Upper 30s/40s. Overnight Lows: 20s

DC Region: 

Main threat: Heavy rains, slick roads.

  • Today: Showers likely. Highs: 60s Overnight Lows: Mid 40s to Low 50s
  • Saturday:  Rain continues. Could be heavy at times. Highs: Low to Mid 50s Overnight Lows: Low to mid 40s
  • Sunday: Showers linger. Highs: Low to Mid 50s Overnight Lows: Upper 30s

Good News: Temperatures stay mild for a longer period. Before it was short stints of warmth whereas this pattern should stay fairly “mild” for a longer period compared to what we saw during winter.

Bad News: Wintry weather could move in during the overnight hours this weekend in western PA.