Harrisburg Temperatures to Rebound at Midweek

By , Expert Senior Meteorologist
November 06, 2013; 2:15 AM
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After the coldest morning of the autumn so far, temperatures will rebound 30 to 40 degrees to seasonable levels by Wednesday afternoon around Harrisburg, Pa.

Temperatures started the day Monday in the 20s around area.

A high near 60 is forecast on Wednesday, which is a tad above normal.

A front will approach the area Thursday with some rain, before blustery and cooler conditions arrive Thursday evening.

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The air behind that front is not as chilly as experienced to start this week. While it will get blustery behind the front on Friday, winds will not be quite as strong as which occurred last Friday. Still some flight delays are possible due to crosswinds on some of the runways.

Monday Morning Low Temperatures (*Coldest morning so far this season.)

Location
Low (Degrees F)
Capital City Airport, Pa.
26*
Harrisburg International Airport, Pa.
27*
Lancaster, Pa.
25*
York, Pa.
23*
Reading, Pa.
28*
Selinsgrove, Pa.
24*
Fort Indiantown Gap, Pa.
28*
Hagerstown, Md.
27*

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