Chuck Sackman of Washington Township, Wyoming County was one of many photographers in the Endless Mountains to catch the brilliance of Monday night’s sunset.
Warm, windy, frosty, hailing, chilly, bright, raining, gloomy. Such is spring in northeastern PA, where anything can happen in April. Thankfully, there is no snow in the forecast for the next two weeks, but things can change abruptly. There were no 70s in the short term forecast as of yesterday, but low-and-behold, weather.com plopped one back in for Saturday.
One thing is for certain. The warm wave of the past three days has come to an end as hail, thunder and brief heavy rains popped up over the region this afternoon. Brisk winds this evening will die down to allow for a quick cooling and starry night, followed by a frosty morning for many and a much cooler day.
The long-term forecast follows:
Tuesday night: 30 clear
Wednesday: 47/31 partly sunny
Thursday: 53/43 mostly cloudy
Friday: 64/54 late rain
Saturday: 70/45 cloudy
Sunday: 55/45 showers
Monday: 55/35 showers
Tuesday: 55/35 mostly cloudy
Wednesday: 62/45 mostly cloudy
Thursday: 60/50 showers
The EndlessMtnLifestyles.com weather report is based on expected conditions at approximately 1,100 ft elevation in Meshoppen Township, Wyoming County, near the center of the Endless Mountains region. Residents of river towns can generally expect slightly higher temperatures, while those at higher elevations may experience lower temperatures. Send your Weather Window photos to email@example.com. Try to include a good horizontal/panoramic shot.