Weather Window: Sun Will Be Hard to Find as Temps Dip


Photos by Rick Hiduk
While yesterday’s nor’easter left very little snow in the river valley in Wyoming County, the hills around Tunkhannock were snowcapped on Tuesday. Residents of Bradford, Sullivan and Susquehanna counties are likely to see a snow shower or flurries yet this evening.

Many people in the Endless Mountains will see what little snow they did get from Monday night’s storm melt away on Wednesday as temperatures climb into the 40s.

It will feel more like winter again over the next week, but no major precipitation is expected. Feel blessed if you see the sun for a few minutes any day.

The eight-day forecast follows:

Tuesday Night’s expected low: 30

Wednesday 44/35 (partly cloudy)

Thursday43/30 (flurries late)

Friday35/23 (snow showers)

Saturday30/20 (cloudy)

Sunday32/18 (cloudy)

Monday – 20/20 (cloudy)

Tuesday32/22 (flurries)

Wednesday – 32/16 (cloudy)

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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