Slight Cool-Down Ahead, But Winter Holding Off


courthouse decking
Photos by Rick Hiduk

The beautiful weather that began on Wednesday, making pleasant work days for crews working on the new senior citizens apartment complex on Main Street in Towanda (top) and those decorating the Bradford County Courthouse (above), will give way to rain over night and a brief cool down. Long range forecasts suggest however that Old Man Winter may hold off this year until his scheduled arrival on December 22. Here is the one-week forecast for the Endless Mountains. A record high of 62 degrees was tied today at Meshoppen in Wyoming County.

SATURDAY      46/30 am showers

SUNDAY      48/26 partly sunny

MONDAY     45/32 sunny

TUESDAY      50/44 rain

WEDNESDAY      50/33 showers

THURSDAY      46/29 partly cloudy

FRIDAY      49/29 mostly sunny


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