Today while it is March 8th, will feel more like May 8th with temperatures already in the low to mid 60s, highs will rise into the low to mid 70s due to a strong SW wind ahead of an incoming cold front, which will make it rather nasty tonight
Here is the current radar, you can see our cold front entering West PA with a line of heavy rain, this line will move ENE and impact the forecast area tonight with showers and possibly a thunderstorm, the line will peak out over Central PA before weakening slightly moving into our region being it will be night-time and instability weakens, not to mention the best dynamics are to our south anyway, so .25-.50 0f rain is expected.
A much cooler air mass is expected tomorrow and Saturday, with highs tomorrow in the upper 40s to low 50s and Saturday in the low to mid 40s, lows both nights 23-30
An upper low will develop over Texas and move due north, which will pump a ridge up the east coast and the warmth will become more steady Sunday through next week with highs in the upper 50s to mid 60s expected throughout next week
There is still alot of uncertainty on how this upper low will impact our weather, I think next week while warm will be cloudy with occasional chance for showers, the upper low will track far enough west to keep the heaviest rain west of us but eventually it starts to swing east bound, and the GFS shows a few waves of rain/showers developing in the SE and moving up the East coast so I expect next week to be warm but not so sunny as of now