Afternoon showers Saturday afternoon will begin to taper off as we get closer to midnight. Early plans this evening need to account for the showers and fog but by midnight, many of us will be drier, especially West of Harrisburg. Areas like Lancaster and Lebanon will be the last to see showers taper off but even there it will occur right around the time the bologna and roses drop. Temperatures for all will remain mild, so bring along your rain jacket in place of winter jackets this year.

TONIGHT: Scattered showers (mostly ahead of 10 pm). Lo 45.

SUNDAY: Clearing skies and breezy. High 52.

The winds will pick up overnight into Sunday morning as we continue to clear out.

Monday continues the dry and mild stretch of weather, and we do not see a return to Arctic chill in this outlook. If anything more mild weather is expected to start January with a very active weather pattern coming in from the Pacific Ocean. This means more chances for rain locally. The next round of rain is likely late Tuesday into Wednesday.

-Meteorologist Dan Tomaso & Michael Brulo