Yesterday’s rainfall helped the dry conditions but most places still only picked up around a quarter inch or less. There isn’t much hope of decent rainfall anytime soon around these parts either. Today will be sunny and seasonable with highs in the upper 50s. Winds may pick up at times today too with a bit of a breeze at times. Winds likely increase even more for Veterans Day on Friday with another front and cool shot of air arriving. Even though a front is arriving, there won’t be any rainfall tomorrow…just some extra clouds. The forecast stays dry, but chilly for Friday night football playoffs in the Midstate.
Saturday features the coldest weather so far for the fall season with temperatures starting in the 30s and only rising to the 40s during the day. Temperatures do bounce back to the 50s by Sunday with sunshine holding all weekend long. As mentioned earlier, the forecast looks to stay dry and rather seasonable into next week.