EVENING: Warm and humid. Temps in the 80s.

TONIGHT: Warm and muggy. Low 72.

WEDNESDAY: Hot and humid with a stray storm south of the Turnpike. high 90.

A round of showers and storms moved through the area earlier today. Half of the viewing area received measurable rain, particularly across Franklin, Adams, York and Lancaster counties. The rest of this evening will be warm and muggy with a very low chance for a shower.

A weak front will remain across the area for the next 3 days. This front will keep the risk for a shower or storm in the forecast, however, I suspect most of the next 3 days will be generally quiet. Best chances for a storm on Wednesday will be south of the Turnpike. Thursday’s chances will be focused during the morning hours and Friday morning could see a brief shower as the front finally exits. All 3 days will be quite humid until the front clears for the weekend.

Saturday and Sunday both feature lower humidity and dry conditions. Perfect timing!

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder