Susquehanna Valley
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Forecast Discussion: Current Conditions: Much colder air has moved back into the region this Friday afternoon, and with north to northwesterly winds bringing drier air in, fine particulate levels are dropping into the good range in most locations. Temperatures are some 20-25 degrees lower than yesterday afternoon. Brisk north to northwest flow will continue to keep PM2.5 concentrations low tonight into the day Saturday. Clouds for the most part tonight with a rain or snow shower in spots with low temperatures close to 30 degrees. *** Saturday's forecast: Unseasonably cold weather will start off the weekend with temperatures no better than 40 degrees. High amounts of mixing and ventilation will bring low levels of PM2.5 throughout the day, and some sunshine will also appear. Partly cloudy and very cold Saturday night with lows in the lower 20s in the colder spots. *** Sunday's forecast: High pressure will be located across the Mid-Atlantic region on Sunday, and allow for a mostly westerly flow. While PM levels might rise Sunday, they will not get out of the good range. A little milder with more sunshine Sunday afternoon with highs in the middle 40s. *** Monday's forecast: Breezy and more seasonable on Monday with a partly sunny sky. High amounts of mixing will result in fine particulate staying in the good zone. Afternoon temperatures mainly in the lower to middle 50s. *** Extended forecast: Overall air quality will start off good early in the period, then might deteriorate into moderate concentrations by the middle of the week with warmer and more humid air coming in from the south and southwest. Temperatures by Wednesday might return to more normal levels for the beginning of April. Another cold front may then affect us with showers by the end of next week. --McAuliffe

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