TONIGHT: Scattered Showers, Mainly Early. Slow Tapering. Lo 54. Winds: NE 10-15 mph.

MONDAY: Lingering Showers, Mainly East of Harrisburg. Hi 58. Winds: N 5-10 mph.

TUESDAY: Clouds Return, Periods of Light Rain. Hi 60. Winds: NE 5-10 mph.

Rain has been slow to budge over Central PA, especially across the I-81 corridor where a stationary band has just been sitting for much of the afternoon. Rain amounts have stayed modest though around an inch in the highest cases since midnight. Showers will slowly taper off through tonight with lows in the low 50s. Expect areas of low clouds and fog to continue in the values through Monday morning.

The upper low begins to move east a bit Monday, but not enough to completely eliminate the chance for rain. There could be a lingering shower in the morning, but more showers are expected by the afternoon and evening mainly east of Harrisburg. With clouds sticking around, highs are again expected to fall just short of 60 degrees. Latest trends in guidance suggest the upper low backs to the west again Tuesday, bringing more light but steady rain for a lot of us through the afternoon. It looks like we may not see much sun until Wednesday!

The middle of the week still looks pleasant with abundant sunshine and highs rebounding into the 70s. It’s short lived through as a strong cold front moves through Friday. This front will be moisture-starved, so rain is not expected, but it will bring a big change in air mass. Highs next weekend will again struggle to reach 60 with lows tumbling into the 40s Saturday. We still expect most spots to drop into the 30s next Sunday and Monday mornings, raising concerns for our first frost.

-Meteorologists Dan Tomaso and Adis Juklo