TONIGHT: Few Overnight Showers, A Storm, Mostly Cloudy. Lo 67. Winds: Light.

MONDAY: Clearing Skies, Turning Warm. Hi 86. Winds: NW 5-10 mph.

TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny, A Bit Less Humid. Hi 84. Winds: N 5-10 mph.

Showers from earlier this evening have exited well east of Harrisburg, but with a cold front still well northwest of us, a few more showers could re-develop overnight. A storm is possible, but severe weather is unlikely at this point. It will be muggy overnight with lows only dropping into the upper 60s.

We’ll get a break from the rain Monday, but temperatures and humidity will trend up with highs back into the upper-80s. A strong ridge of high pressure will build in this week, but before that happens, a round of showers and storms will push southeast out of the Great Lakes Monday night. It appears the track of this complex favors western PA for the highest probability of damaging winds. Locally, such late timing and more stable air means the severe threat is low…with mainly gusty winds and heavy rain possible during the pre-dawn hours of Tuesday. Any rain should exit after sunrise, leaving us with plenty of sunshine and less humidity with highs in the low to mid 80s.

Beyond that, we could see a stray storm Wednesday but a better chance for a few storms will come Thursday afternoon. Showers and isolated storms Friday should wrap up around mid-day as highs approach 90 degrees during the afternoon. Those A/Cs got a break as of late — but that’s coming to an end. The good news for fans of cooler weather is that another shot of comfortable air is coming next weekend with humidity sharply dropping off by Saturday!

-Meteorologist Adis Juklo