Looks like a gorgeous weather day for the area. Winds could gust as high as 32 miles per hour. The overnight low is expected to be in the upper 20s. Skies are mostly clear. There were even some upper teens across the Poconos. Precipitation should be a good deal lighter during the day on Saturday, but a second surge will arrive Saturday evening. The flower is about 5 to 12 inches high and the blue flowers are less than a half inch long. Highs will warm into the mid 70s today, about 20 degrees warmer than yesterday. Increasing clouds, with a high near 60. They will combine with winds as high as 30-40 miles per hour to increase the fire danger, and even a chance of showers and storms Friday will do little to tamp down the fire risk. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 57. The warming won't stop there. Temperatures are a touch milder too, with readings in the upper 30s to near 40 degrees. A strong cold front will move across the state and that will bring with it the chance for heavy rainfall, strong storms, and the potential for severe weather.
Things will change on Sunday as we watch the aforementioned backdoor front to our northeast drop southwest and cool us off.
As high pressure pushes off the east coast, a big pattern change will result in much warmer temps to end the week. We expect a line of rain and thunderstorms to be pressing eastward late Saturday but the exact timing is still unknown.