Lehigh Valley weather: After a weekend of record highs, when will winter return?
Jan. 13, 2020
The Lehigh Valley’s warm weekend broke daily records. But wintry weather is expected to return late this week.
Last Saturday’s high of 68 degrees beat the previous Lehigh Valley record for the date of 66 set in 1975, according to National Weather Service data. Sunday also reached 68, breaking a more recent daily record of 65 set in 2018.
Both days tied for the Lehigh Valley’s fourth warmest January day on record.
Though cooler than last weekend, much of the coming week will stay a little warmer than usual for this time of year. Instead of average January highs in the 30s, the Lehigh Valley will see temperatures rise into the 40s and maybe even 50s through Thursday, the weather service forecasts.
It will feel more like winter on Friday, when the high will drop back into the 30s. There is a chance of snow followed by rain Friday night into Saturday, weather service meteorologist Robert Deal told lehighvalleylive.com .
It’s too soon to say how much snow will fall, but it will feel like winter again – sooner or later.
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