Rain, then Chilly Weather. Real Cooldown will Come Late Next Week

I hope everyone enjoyed the perfect weather we have had over the past week or so. It’s been over a month since we were seven consecutive days without rain. This pattern will change quickly tomorrow into Friday as a tropical disturbance will push up into our region. I’d expect a total of 1-2 inches of rain to fall, nothing out of the ordinary for a fall rainstorm.

What is starting to intrigue me is in the long-range. A few forecast models have been showing low temperatures below freezing late next week as a high sets up to our southwest behind a cold front. Some places in Central Pennsylvania could even see some snow flurries or some backend snow from the cold front next week. This chilly spell is just  another sign winter is quickly approaching.

GFS model showing below freezing temps (Blue line is 32 degrees)

I will try to release my winter forecast on the 22nd or 23rd of October.

Here’s the five-day:

Five Day Forecast
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