After a steady rain for our central and eastern counties early this morning, temperatures will rise well into the 50s for most areas out ahead of a strong cold front. Temperatures will peak during the early afternoon for many of us before rapidly crashing later in the afternoon and evening. Winds will be on the increase as well as we reach the afternoon hours and will only get stronger as we head into nighttime. All of the state is under a high wind warning, which is not too common around our area. Sustain wind speeds of 20 to 40 MPH is likely, with winds gusting to 50 to 60 MPH at times. Scattered power outages are possible due to the gusty wind.
Author: Lead Forecaster Josh Adams
Josh's passion for weather began at a very young age. Experiencing tornado-warned supercells and major snowstorms in Eastern PA furthered his interest. He enjoyed creating hand-drawn forecasts of his own in his pre-teen years. By the time Josh was 12, he owned his first weather website and often posted forecasts for the Northeast US. At 13, he joined popular weather page based in York, PA, eventually parting ways in 2015. He then started Northeast Weather Action in 2015, and later decided to focus on his home state of Pennsylvania. Throughout the years, his fascination and knowledge in meteorology grew steadily. Josh is currently a junior in college and the owner of Pennsylvania Weather Action, LLC.