A steady stream of moisture has been flowing into the Midstate today from the southwest. A pesky warm front is the culprit for the dreary weather today. As long as the warm front hangs near us or over us we will see a persistent damp forecast. Moist conditions with scattered showers overnight will most certainly lead to morning fog and drizzle. Be aware of this for your morning commute tomorrow.
Monday is the last day we will need to worry about the cloud cover and rainy conditions from the approaching low pressure center in the Midwest. Scattered showers will start Monday, but steady and heavy rain is possible by Monday afternoon and evening as the cold front traverses across the Commonwealth. This is a fairly strong front, so temperatures will climb into the upper 50s and low 60s ahead of it. There may even be a rumble of thunder or two tomorrow due to the strong dynamics of the front. Once the front clears, rainfall totals for Monday will likely range from a half inch to an inch of rain.
Tuesday begins a dry stretch of weather for us. Still no really cold air in our extended forecast, sorry snow lovers.