Caught between two systems this week, but Central PA stays mainly dry

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Rain should stay away until Friday...

THIS EVENING: Mostly Cloudy. Winds: SE 5-10 mph.

TONIGHT: Scattered Clouds, Low 52.

TUESDAY: Peeks of Sun and Breezy. Easterly Winds 10pmh, Hi 67.

We continue to be stuck in clouds this evening with temperatures in the 60s. Clouds will last through much of tonight, with some clearing as we move closer to daybreak Tuesday.

Tuesday will start off with more sun, but some mid to high-level clouds will move in for the second half of the day. Winds will pick up out of the east/southeast around 15-20 mph during the afternoon as highs climb into the upper 60s.

The drier trend in the forecast continues through Wednesday as it appears the upper low will stay well southwest of Pennsylvania for most of the week. This will keep us mainly dry, and may even keep some sunshine around as some drier tries to fight south. Highs will stay below normal through mid-week.

By Friday and Saturday, the area of low pressure does pivot through the region, but only light rain is expected. This system will be weakened by the time it gets to us, so any coverage of rain will be scattered at worst, though a few thunderstorms will be possible. Temperatures should steadily climb though as our flow turns more southerly, so look for highs to approach 80 degrees by both Saturday and Sunday!

-Meteorologists Adis Juklo and Eric Finkenbinder

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