EVENING: Mainly clear and pleasant. Temps dropping into the 60s.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear, low 50.

TUESDAY: Stray afternoon shower near PA/MD line. Breezy for the afternoon. High 78.

Although some of us received some showers over the weekend, it didn’t amount to much and we currently stand as the 7th driest May on record to date with a total of 0.15″ Most of us will remain dry this week with some showers expected by Saturday.

A system will brush the area Tuesday to bring a period of clouds and a very low chance for a shower or sprinkle along the PA/MD line. Temperatures will climb into the upper 70s which is a little warmer than average for this time of year.

A cold front from Canada will drop south on Wednesday to provide to chilly days with afternoon highs in the 60s. This airmass will bring extremely dry air which has a tendency to produce cold nighttime temperatures. We are concerned that many areas could experience a frost and/or freeze near daybreak Thursday morning. Check back for the latest forecast, but our current forecast low for Thursday morning is 36, which would tie the record low of 36 set in 1971.

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder