Clouds have ruled the day once again over much of the Midstate. More often than not, this can come with the territory during a January warm spell that is featuring temperatures nearly 20 degrees above normal. In the parts of our region that didn't see as much fog, highs climbed into the upper 50s and lower 60s once again. But areas like the Harrisburg metro area remaining locked in the 40s.
Expect the fog to continue into early Monday morning before winds kick up and begin to scour out the low clouds. Expect a shower or two possibly late tonight, but a better chance by Monday morning. Activity will be hit-or-miss, with the most noticeable weather being rising temperatures through the overnight. We'll be near 50 by the morning hours, and temperatures will actually fall through the afternoon as colder air is ushered in along a strong cold front.
There is still the threat for some mixed precipitation to drift into our southern tier counties by early Tuesday. The latest forecast models keep us right on the fringe, so anything we would see should be light and not amount to all that much. Colder air will remain in the extended forecast, with more January-like afternoon highs around 40.
-Meteorologist Ryan Coyle