Posted by on February 24, 2021 4:16 am

Categories: Coal Region Newswire 2 Local News Local Weather

The Big 5-0

Remember how it snowed on Monday and you thought, “When will this winter end?!?!”

Well, we can’t promise that winter’s worst is officially behind us, but at least for the next 18 hours, it should be but a distant memory.

On Wednesday here in Schuylkill County you can expect a high temperature at or near 50 degrees. That’s right. 50! And it won’t be one of those miserable gray sky days either. Expect to look up to a bright, sunny sky. 

You may have to contend with a little bit of breeze at times. Steady winds out of the south will be 6-11 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.

There’s a slight chance of showers at night as clouds take over. 

Bookmark this day. While the temperature looks like it’s on the rise for the next week, there’s a slight chance of rain or snow showers nearly every day. Check it out in the long-range forecast below.

High and Low Temperatures for February 24, 2021

Here are the expected high and low temperatures for today in Pottsville, PA.


7-Day Forecast for Pottsville and Schuylkill County

Here’s the weather forecast for Pottsville and Schuylkill County for the week ahead.


Mostly sunny.

  • Hi: 39
  • Lo: 23



  • Hi: 42
  • Lo: 23


Rain and snow likely – all rain after 10 a.m.

  • Hi: 47
  • Lo: 35


Chance of rain and snow showers.

  • Hi: 48
  • Lo: 36


Chance of rain and snow.

  • Hi: 46
  • Lo: 22


Chance of rain and snow.

  • Hi: 39
  • Lo: 24

Wednesday High Temperatures Across Pennsylvania

Here are the expected high temperatures across the state of Pennsylvania on February 24, 2021.

pennsylvania high temperatures february 24 2021

Wednesday High Temperatures Across the United States

Here are the expected high temperatures across the United States on February 24, 2021.

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