Some locations in the higher elevations along the Blue Ridge may see gusts top 60 miles per hour.
Travelers should be prepared for snow at the higher elevations, and bring chains, food, appropriate clothing and water. In addition, as this rainfall runs off into larger streams and rivers, flooding will also be possible Friday night into Saturday.
The morning low on Saturday will be in the mid 30s on Saturday morning, and could dip to the lower 30s on Sunday morning or Monday morning. South wind 6 to 14 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 20 miles per hour. We could pick up a total of about a half inch of rain.
Cloudy, windy and cold tonight with rain ending.
A High Wind Warning has been issued for Butler County beginning Thursday evening and continuing through Friday morning.
Today will be very windy with sustained winds between 30-40 miles per hour and gusts will be between 40-65 miles per hour. As the colder air will start to filter into the area and this will bring us rain mixing with and then changing over to snow.
High wind warning for Fairfax Friday
Thursday Night Snow showers.
Saturday: A 20 percent chance of rain after noon.
Wednesday night: Rain before 11 p.m., then showers. South wind 7 to 11 miles per hour. Rain showers are likely Friday as well.
Mostly clear, with a low around 12. The most snow is likely across the hilltops of the Poconos and through Bradford, Susquehanna and Wayne counties. It does appear the potential will be there again for some accumulating snow, but it remains way too early to pinpoint exact locations and amounts. Highs 20 to 35.
MONDAY NIGHT: Rain showers continue with overnight low temperatures around 44 degrees. Highs will be in the upper 40s and skies are cloudy.
Tuesday and Wednesday are forecast to be mostly sunny and breezy with highs around 40, the weather service said.