Important note. Reading is pronounced “Redding” not “Reeding”. Now, off with the forecast.
At the time of forecast, the sensor at Reading was not operational, though the region was generally reporting sunny skies with temperatures in the low 50s, with some patchy fog hanging on in the valleys west of town. High pressure was dominating the mid-Atlantic, with the nearest wet weather in the Upper Midwest.
A sharp trough was prognosticated to aid in the development of a surface low over the southern Plains, which would then rocket east through the next two days, ending up over the Carolinas by Friday. The exiting portion of the trough right now runs through the Great Lakes and will detach from the sharper trough base and form a broader trough to the north. Reading will lie between each area of jet influence and should stay dry all the way through the week.
Tomorrow – Sunny, High 60, Low 35
Friday – Partly to mostly cloudy, High 55, Low 41
TWC: Tomorrow – Mainly cloudy. High 59, Low 35
Friday – Morning clouds followed by afternoon sun High 55, Low 40
AW: Tomorrow – Sunny to partly cloudy and pleasant High 60, Low 35
Friday – Breezy with sunshine and patchy clouds High 58, Low 39
NWS: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny, High 60, Low 33
Friday – Mostly sunny High 56, Low 40
WB: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny High 59, Low 34
Friday – Partly sunny. High 55, Low 40