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Cold Snap This Week But Near 60 on Sunday!

Classic Pennsylvania weather this week.

It may have snowed a little bit overnight here in parts of Schuylkill County but you won’t remember that by the end of the upcoming weekend.

We could be nearing a high of 60 on Sunday but you probably shouldn’t get used to that, at least not for now.

For now, enjoy this throwback style forecast …

Schuylkill County 7-day Forecast

Wednesday: On the morrow, as the clock strikes eight in the morn, one might spy a gentle flurry of snow descending from the heavens. The day promises to be draped in clouds, with the mercury aspiring to reach a modest 37 degrees. A zephyr from the north, turning northwest, shall rise from a whisper to a more spirited 8 to 13 miles per hour as the morning ages.

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Wednesday Night: As twilight embraces the land, the heavens shall part to reveal a partly clouded tapestry. The nocturnal air, bearing a northwest wind traveling at 5 to 11 miles per hour, shall cool to a brisk 26 degrees.

Thursday: Anon, snow showers may grace our presence before the sun reaches its zenith at 1 post meridiem. The day, cloaked mostly in cloud, shall see the air warm slightly to 37 degrees. A southwest breeze, gentle and steady at 6 to 10 miles per hour, shall be our companion.

Thursday Night: When night falls, the clouds shall disperse somewhat, granting us a glimpse of the starry firmament. Expect the mercury to dip to a cool 29 degrees, with a southwest wind easing to a calm hush as midnight approaches.

Friday: The sun, in its grandeur, shall bestow upon us a day mostly bathed in its golden glow, with the thermometer aspiring to a more agreeable 48 degrees.

Friday Night: As the evening draws in, the sky shall don a cloak of scattered clouds, with the night air cooling to 33 degrees.

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Saturday: The day shall be graced with a mix of sun and cloud, the air warming to a pleasant 52 degrees.

Saturday Night: The night sky shall mimic the previous eve, partly veiled in clouds, as the temperature gently falls to 36 degrees.

Sunday: Upon the Sabbath, rain is fated to commence post 1pm, with the skies showing their tempestuous mood. The air shall warm to 59 degrees, and a brisk breeze shall prevail. Raindrops are as sure as the ticking of a clock, with an 80% chance of precipitation.

Sunday Night: The nocturnal hours shall be wet and windy, as the rain continues its relentless dance. The temperature shall hover around 35 degrees, with the same vigorous chance of rain as during the day.

Monday: The new week begins under a mostly sunny sky, the air reaching a brisk 44 degrees. A lively breeze shall accompany us throughout the day.

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Monday Night: The night promises clear skies and a tranquil air, cooling to 28 degrees.

Tuesday: The sun shall reign supreme once again, with the day warming to 44 degrees.

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