Winds Die Down

Posted On: Oct 17, 2019   |   Posted By: WGAL

Winds Die Down

A strong Nor'easter over New England brought the blustery winds and cooler temperatures to the Susquehanna Valley Thursday. We'll still have some brisk winds into Friday with clouds giving way to more sun. The winds will die off Friday evening and it'll turn a bit chilly before sun gets us back into the 60s on Saturday. We're keeping our eyes on what may become Tropical Storm "Nestor" in the Gulf. This may get swept north into the Mid Atlantic by Sunday. Right now we think any rain from this system will pass mostly to our south, but we'll have more clouds Sunday and stay tuned as to the possibility of some rain. Our weather looks nice and mild on Monday with our next chance of rain coming on Tuesday followed by a bit of a cool shot by midweek.

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