The remnants of Hurricane Zeta (now Post-Tropical) have been racing northeast since the storm made landfall yesterday evening in southern Louisiana. This has meant the Midstate finally has a widespread beneficial rainstorm!
Most local rain totals have averaged around 1 inch, with areas over Mifflin, Juniata, and Perry Counties measuring around an inch and a half. The center of Zeta is now heading farther east, and we will now be receiving more rain from the west. This is a separate weather system arriving from the Midstate.
Scattered showers will continue overnight through early Friday morning. The bulk of the shower activity will diminish by 7 AM.
For the rest of our Friday and the weekend, we will be feeling a noticeable change and chill in the air. Highs tomorrow will struggle to hit 50°, and a cold Friday night is ahead of us. Lows will drop down to near or below 32° prompting a freeze warning for Adams, York, and Lancaster Counties.