Area residents aren't likely to need their snow shovels and boots anytime soon.
Comfortable temperatures are expected to usher in the first part of this week before later giving away to more seasonable weather conditions.
The National Weather Service in State College is forecasting a mixed bag of sun, clouds and possibly rain through the period.
Families warm themselves by a bonfire that was set at Short Park following the Loyalsock Township holiday celebration and lighting of the park on Saturday.
No snow is being predicted for this first full week of December.
The mild weather can be attributed to warm air from the Pacific Ocean sweeping across the nation, according to National Weather Service forecaster John LaCorte.
"We are expecting things to cool down a bit as the week continues," he said.
Today should be partly sunny with a high temperature of 56 degrees.
It will be unseasonably warm overnight with a low of 49 and a 20-percent chance of isolated showers.
The normal high temperature for today in Williamsport is 43.
The chance of rain is about 40 percent Tuesday on a day when thermometer readings could reach as high as 61.
Showers are slightly more likely at night, with rain accumulations between a tenth and a quarter of an inch possible.
Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with a high of 45. Thursday should be mostly sunny with a high of 41.
Friday and Saturday are expected to bring cloudy skies with temperatures in the low to mid 40s.
There is a chance of showers each day.
All in all, LaCorte said, the current weather conditions are nothing unusual for this time of year.