Susquehanna Valley
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Forecast Discussion: Current Conditions: Low pressure is finally moving away from the New England coast this Friday afternoon, allowing for an area of high pressure to move in from the west and lighten the winds a bit. Low level mixing is still significant enough to keep fine particulate concentrations on the low side. These concentrations will slowly increase tonight into the day Saturday with winds lighter than they have been the past couple of days. For tonight, expect a mainly clear sky with temperatures falling into the lower 40s. PM levels will move into the moderate range later on. *** Saturday's forecast: Sunshine and just a few clouds will be the rule for Saturday. While there will be a frontal passage during the day, it will come through dry. Behind this front, winds will pick up later Saturday and Saturday night. Overall averages for PM will remain in the lower moderate range. Gusty northwest winds Saturday night into Sunday will send fine particulate concentrations back down into the good range. High temperatures both Saturday and Sunday will rise into the middle 60s with a good deal of sunshine. *** Monday's forecast: High pressure will slowly start to move off to our east on Monday, and with this, winds will shift back into the southwest. In addition, there will be temperature inversions Monday morning. So, averages for PM2.5 for the day will end up in the moderate range. *** Extended forecast: Moderate air quality will continue on Tuesday with winds once again from the southwest. The upside to the southwesterly flow will be warmer air advecting into the area. In fact, high temperatures for Tuesday may rise into the lower to middle 70s. A shower is then possible Tuesday night into Wednesday with the passage of a cold front. Behind this front, temperatures will return to more late-October like levels, and air quality should also improve to the good range.---McAuliffe

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