When you wake up tomorrow, you will be stunned. Temperatures below 20-degrees will sweep the region overnight, mostly in the higher elevations. You may ask why, since its almost mid-May. Well, Pennsylvania is receiving a cold front.
As you can see the current views of the high/low fronts, we have an approaching cold front that will “ride the buffer” of the high-front to the south. This will leave a harsh cold air with some winds tomorrow morning before the kiddo’s get on the bus. Gusts can be over 35 MPH in the higher-regions.
Luckily, the cold will not last as long because the cloud-cover is VERY minimal. This will allow the sun to easily warm up the atmosphere, and get you through your day a bit better.