Mike Linden's Forecast | Heavy rain kicks off start to November; closing in on records
November is here but normal temperatures are on hold for a bit. Daytime highs continue to run warmer than normal with most spots slipping back (because of the clouds) into the low 60s (normal this time of year is right around the mid 50s). The rain returns this evening and could become heavy at times as a cold front sweeps across Pennsylvania.
While the river levels are not forecast to flood we could still experience some minor low-lying flooding as the heavy rain moves in overnight. Most spots are looking at between 1 to 2" of rain from tonight through Saturday morning. As a whole, Friday looks like a washout with heavy rain early and showers from the afternoon onward under overcast skies. The one silver lining is the temperatures will once again feel quite warm in the mid 60s.
Looking ahead to the weekend, temperatures fall below normal behind the passing cold front into the mid to low 50s as the skies clear out.
Unfortunately, the calmer conditions don't last for long as another system pushes into NEPA early next week.
Also, don't forget to FALL BACK at 2:00 a.m. Sunday as Daylight Saving Time ends! You get an extra hour of sleep (or an extra hour to be out late Saturday night depending on how you look at it).