An October coastal storm system is developing off the mid atlantic coast. It started yesterday with an area of rain developing and persisting through the night here in central Pa. This would have been a nice situation for a little snow here in January. Right now and yesterday during the afternoon the temperature held in the low 40's Now in the Poconos and higher elevations of northern Pa. I wish I still had my place up near Hazleton and would be going up there. With an elevation of 1600 feet or so and the fact that they always tended to get more snow than the surrounding areas I bet it would be a nice late fall snowfall. It should be a cool blustery day later as the wind picks up with highs in the 40's.