It was bound to happen.
Snow is now in the daily forecast for Berks County in the overnight hours and toward daybreak Sunday with the temperature below freezing and a repeat performance early Monday.
AccuWeather said this: “A wintry pattern has set up shop in the Northeast, and it doesn’t appear to be going out of business anytime soon, as multiple chances of snow are in the forecast in the coming days.”
The forecast for each overnight is only a coating to an inch, but it would still be the first snowflakes since February.
Accumulating snows are expected two hours to the west and north.
Expect a high in the low 40s under sunny skies on Saturday, with the mercury falling after dark. Clouds should arrive with moisture later during the coldest part of the night, according to AccuWeather.
But there won’t be any sun on Sunday with a high again in the low 40s. A clipper system is expected to roll through the region overnight, again with accumulating snows about two hours or so west and north, AccuWeather says.
Then Monday should be mostly sunny with a high in the mid-40s. The chilly regime continues into Tuesday to close the month, according to AccuWeather.
November has been running colder than normal by average temperature at Reading Regional Airport with 16 of the first 25 days contributing to that.
Source: Berkshire mont