Weather Window: Blue Skies Herald End of Perfect Weather

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Photos by Rick Hiduk
Blue skies dominated the horizon across the Endless Mountains on Monday as a stretch of mild winter weather linguered into the new week. The Tunkhannock United Methodist Church (top) and the law office of Atty. Deborah Heise were basking in sunshine as temperatures in the Wyoming County seat peaked in the mid 40s. Both buildings are new additions to the Historic Tunkhannock Walking Tour, which will be presented to the public in June.

While temperatures will remain above average for the better part of the next week, a coastal storm will bring moderate rains to the region Wednesday into Thursday. After a seasonably cold Friday, temperatures are expected to bounce back into the 40s this weekend.

The Seven-day forecast follows:

Monday – overnight Low 24 (clear)

Tuesday – 40/30 (pm rain/snow showers)

Wednesday – 45/45 (rain)

Thursday – 45/25 (rain showers)

Friday – 30/15 (windy)

Saturday – 42/25 (partly cloudy)

Sunday – 45/28 (partly cloudy)

Monday – 45/28 (pm rain/snow 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 us your Weather Window photos. Try to include a good horizontal/panoramic shot.

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