Chipperdog.comMay 12th, 2021
WxSIM Forecast for Spring Twp - Berks County, PA (19608)  No Advisories  
Issued by: Chipperdog.com  -  Updated: Wednesday, 8:55 pm EDT May 12, 2021
Tonight

Clear
Clear
Thursday

PartlyCloudy
Partly
Cloudy
Thursday
Night
MostlyClear
Mostly
Clear
Friday

MostlyCloudy
Mostly
Cloudy
Friday
Night
MostlyCloudy
Mostly
Cloudy
Saturday

MostlyCloudy
Mostly
Cloudy
Saturday
Night
Thunderstorm
Thunderstorm
Sunday

MostlyCloudy
Mostly
Cloudy
Low: 42° High: 68° Low: 44° High: 74° Low: 48° High: 75° Low: 52° High: 71°
NNW
5 mph
NW
6 mph
NW
Calm 
WNW
4 mph
NW
3 mph
NWW
3 mph
NW
3 mph
NNEENE
3 mph
UV: 7
 High 
UV: 6
 High 
UV: 6
 High 
UV: 6
 High 
            PoP 30%
< 0.10"
PoP 30%
< 0.10"

Tonight:
Clear. Cool. Low 42°. Wind north-northwest around 5 mph.

Thursday:
Sunny in the morning, becoming partly cloudy in the afternoon. High 68°. UV index up to 7. Wind northwest around 6 mph.

Thursday night:
Mostly clear in the evening, becoming clear after midnight. Cool. Low 44°. Wind northwest near calm.

Friday:
Sunny in the morning, becoming partly to mostly cloudy in the afternoon. High 74°. UV index up to 6. Wind west-northwest around 4 mph.

Friday night:
Partly to mostly cloudy in the evening, becoming mostly clear after midnight. Low 48°. Wind northwest around 3 mph.

Saturday:
Partly to mostly sunny in the morning, becoming mostly cloudy in the afternoon. High 75°. UV index up to 6. Wind northwest around 3 mph in the morning, becoming west in the afternoon.

Saturday night:
Mostly cloudy in the evening, becoming cloudy after midnight. A chance of rain. Scattered thundershowers possible. Low 52°. Wind northwest around 3 mph. Chance of precipitation 30 percent. Precipitation mostly less than a tenth of an inch.

Sunday:
Partly to mostly cloudy in the morning, becoming mostly sunny in the afternoon. A chance of rain. High 71°. UV index up to 6. Wind north-northeast around 3 mph in the morning, becoming east-northeast in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation 30 percent. Precipitation mostly less than a tenth of an inch.

Source/Credit: WXSIM Software and a modified forecast formatting script by Saratoga-Weather.org