Chill Replaces Warmth in Harrisburg, Pa.

By Brian Lada, Meteorologist
November 3, 2013; 5:46 AM ET
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A series of cold fronts moving through the Northeast will usher cooler air across the lower Susquehanna Valley this weekend after a warm start to the month of November.

The first of these cold fronts moved through the Friday morning, accompanied by gusty winds that has resulted in some wind damage across the area.

Winds subsided Saturday, but another cold front will bring a chilly breeze to the Harrisburg area into Sunday.

While winds are not expected to be as strong with this second front, the chilly breeze behind it will make the RealFeel® temperatures stay in the low 40s through much of Sunday.

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These cooler air will remain in place into the start of next week with temperatures running in the upper 40s, more than 10 degrees below normal.


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