Weather Window: Bright Day Heralds Spring’s Slow Return


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Photos by Rick Hiduk
Wednesday proved to be a sunnier and less windy day in the Endless Mountains, allowing the strengthening April sun to take on its job of warming the Earth. Temperatures in Wysox (top) and Asylum townships (above) in Bradford County reached the lower 50s by mid afternoon.

After a frustrating stretch of cooler than average conditions, it appears that Spring will make a slow but consistent return. Abundant sunshine is on the way, and Sunday looks to be absolutely beautiful. Highs in the 60s and lows in the 40s will soon become the norm. The eight-day forecast is below:

Wednesday’s night’s low 28 (cloudy)

Thursday 58/30 (sunny)

Friday65/35 (sunny)

Saturday70/40 (sunny)

Sunday75/45 (sunny)

Monday – 70/40 (partly cloudy)

Tuesday65/35 (few showers)

Wednesday 60/35 (some sun)

Thursday65/45 (sunny)

The 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 for full photo credit. Try to include a good horizontal/panoramic shot.



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