Weather Window: Downhill Slide in Temperatures Predicted


Photos by Rick Hiduk
Low clouds hugged the mountain tops in Eaton Township, Wyoming County on Tuesday morning as the first of several batches of showers pulled off to the east. More rain is expected overnight and tomorrow.

After months of above-normal temperatures that has continued into this week, the weather seems poised to slowly drift into the direction that one might expect for the first half of December. There is, in fact, a chance for snow showers this weekend.

Temperatures are expected to range from the 30s to the 40s next week with no major weather events expected. The eight-day forecast is below:

Tuesday night’s low – 45 (showers)

Wednesday 55/40 (rain)

Thursday – 45/32 (cloudy)

Friday – 45/32 (flurries late)

Saturday40/30 (am snow showers)

Sunday40/30 (partly cloudy)

Monday – 42/32 (showers)

Tuesday45/30 (partly cloudy)

Wednesday 45/30 (some sun!)

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 your Weather Window photos to Try to include a good horizontal/panoramic shot.



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