A few showers have moved through lower parts of York & Lancaster Counties earlier tonight, but that activity has winded down to just a general drizzle and mist across much of the region. A Dense Fog Advisory has been posted for York & Lancaster Counties, for the potential for thick fog into the morning hours. Other areas may also see patchy fog.
Expect the fog to be tough to budge Monday morning, with cloudy skies lasting into the afternoon. Temperatures won't be moving all that much, only drifting into the upper 40s and lower 50s. Rain will move into the region through the afternoon hours, and certainly by the evening across eastern counties. The heaviest rain will likely stay just off to our north, but most of our area will likely see around half an inch of rain into Tuesday morning.
Clouds will break up by Tuesday afternoon and lead to fairly pleasant conditions for the middle of the week, with slightly above normal temperatures and partly cloudy skies. Another round of rain will move into the Midstate Thursday night as our weather pattern has a stream of storms moving consistently in our direction. That batch could bring us another half inch of rain into Friday morning, but this round will bring a renewed chill on the backside. Expect blustery conditions into the weekend with highs only in the lower 40s.
A Christmas forecast this far out is a bit of a stretch, but early indications point toward seasonal temperatures and dry conditions.
-Meteorologist Ryan Coyle