The cold isn’t going anywhere anytime soon in the Midwest.


The cold weather isn’t going anywhere in the midstate anytime soon.

As Central Pennsylvania approaches the start of winter, the days are becoming steadily colder.

This week will be no different.

According to the National Weather Service, highs on some days will only reach the upper 40s before dropping below freezing overnight.

Forecasters predict highs in the upper 40s on Tuesday.

Temperatures are expected to be in the upper 50s to mid 60s on Wednesday and Thursday.

Highs of sixty degrees are expected to be the warmest the midstate will see all week.

More than 20 mph winds and afternoon rain are expected Thursday, according to forecasters.

Forecasters predict that temperatures will drop back into the 40s on Friday, with overnight lows falling below 30 degrees.

Highs in the upper 40s are expected this weekend, according to early forecasts.


It’ll be sunny with a high of around 48 degrees.

Tonight is a special night.

With a low of 34, the sky will be partly cloudy.


A high near 59°F will be partly sunny.

Wednesday Evening

Lows in the mid-fifties.

On Thursday,

With a high near 66, it’ll be mostly sunny.

There is a 50% chance of rain.

Thursday evening

Lows in the mid-thirties.

There is a 50 percent chance of rain.

Today is Friday.

With a high near 46, it will be mostly sunny.

Friday Evening

The sky will be mostly clear, with a low of around 28 degrees.

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