Cold temperatures with a little snow expected this week
Colder temperatures will bring a bit of snow to the area this week, according to Charles Ross, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service, in State College.
Although the weather this week isn’t abnormal for November, the temperatures are. This week will be colder with temperatures in the teens and 20s.
“November goes up and down. It’s a transition month from fall to winter,” Ross said. “But it will certainly be pretty cold, even by November standards.”
Tomorrow’s highs, however, will be in the 50s during the day followed by a “strong cold front” going through the night into Tuesday.
He added that the cold front will bring rain, but as the cold air takes over, the rain will turn to snow, but it won’t lay on the ground and should clear out by Wednesday. “It won’t accumulate,” he said.
Tuesday’s high is lower at around 32 degrees and a low is expected at around 10 degrees.
Wednesday is said to be one of the “coldest mornings” with degrees between 15 and 20.
“It will be a sunny day, but it will only be in the 20s,” Ross added.
Thursday will see highs in the 30s following the dry suit of the week.
Friday will be colder in the mid-20s in the morning, but will warm up throughout the day to the low 40s. Saturday and Sunday are similar in that they stay in the “warmer” temperatures of the low to mid-40s, Ross said.