Much colder air and even snowflakes are heading for Harrisburg Tuesday.
Arctic air is set to blast in on Tuesday and hold highs to the lower 40s.
Brisk winds ushering in the cold will create even colder AccuWeather.com RealFeel® temperatures.
The wind and the cold will have many people reaching for winter coasts and turning up their heat.
Tuesday night, temperatures will return to the 20s. On Wednesday, temperatures will fail to climb out of the lower 40s.
While escaping its first snowstorm of the season, Harrisburg could still see wet snowflakes mix in with rain Monday night through Tuesday morning as the arctic air arrives.
The impending cold and snowflakes will serve as a reminder that the official start to winter is just around the corner.
As fast as the arctic air invades the United States, temperatures will quickly rebound later in the week.
After a period of above-average temperatures across most of the Midwest and Northeast last week, a complete reversal in the weather pattern will move in this week.
Following drenching rain, part of the Eastern states will experience strong to locally severe thunderstorms into Monday night.
Global warming and climate change, two terms that are treated synonymously in most media coverage and casual debate, have been shown to spark different reactions from the American public.
A new round of thunderstorms will bring the risk of severe weather across parts of central Texas and Oklahoma at middle to late week.
An 84-year-old man died after an electrical transformer exploded due to the earthquake and caused a house fire in Xinzhuang, a Taipei suburb, The Associated Press reported.
After a string of days with temperatures in the 70s, much cooler air is set to move into the Minneapolis area for the new week with temperatures tumbling back into the 40s.
Late season cold wave: Douglas, WY - 12 degrees (April record) Lander, WY - 10 degrees Cheyenne, WY - 2 degrees
Marquette, MI (1982)
8" of snow fell in Marquette, MI, on this date. This brought the total snowfall to 240" for the winter -- an all-time record.
Southeastern VA (1991)
Torrential rain; 5.89" at Norfolk broke the 24-hour record for April (5.19" set in 1883). This was the most rain in one event since Hurricane Cleo dumped 11.40" from August 31 to September 1, 1964.