Mostly clear, crisp, rain-free weather will continue over the Harrisburg area into Saturday.
High pressure that had its origins from northern Canada will be in control.
The fair weather system will bring bright, warm sunshine each day.
The nights will be mostly clear and cool.
Patchy fog morning along the rivers may slow some commuters down. Allow extra time to get to work or school.
Later this weekend, the movement of an offshore storm will have to be watched for possible impact on weather and sea conditions along the Atlantic coast.
Episodes of snow and slippery travel are forecast prior to the departure of arctic air this weekend around Detroit.
The rain is here to stay in Seattle, as showers and cloudy skies takeover the week's weather.
Two storms will bring high winds to the United Kingdom and Ireland this weekend.
This weekend will feature snow showers and icy conditions for Minneapolis.
A new storm with snow will move in over Philadelphia Saturday, capturing the Arctic air that moved in recently. Slippery travel is forecast for a time.
A storm will drop heavy snow and disrupt travel from parts of the Midwest to a large part of the Northeast by Sunday.
Flagstaff, AZ (1967)
27.3" snow, greatest 24 hour snowfall total.
Kansas City, MO (1992)
2.68" of rain.
Los Angeles, CA (1878)
Los Angeles 30 degrees "considered" lowest ever in December there.