EVENING: Scattered showers and cool. Temps in the 40s.

TONIGHT: Scattered showers and drizzle. Low 48.

WEDNESDAY: Morning drizzle, slow afternoon/evening clearing. High 68.

Wrapping up another day of cloudy, cool and wet conditions across the Midstate. Changes are not far away, but we still have another night of showers and temperatures in the 40s.

A few select places today received over an inch of rain, while most locations ended the day with a quarter to half inch of rain. Scattered showers continues this evening and overnight. Plan for a cool and damp Wednesday morning with areas of drizzle, but we finally see dry air arriving later Wednesday afternoon and evening. It may take a while for the skies to clear, but any Wednesday evening plans should be dry.

The end of the week looks pleasant with more sunshine and highs rebounding into the 70s. It’s short-lived though, 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 the air mass. Highs for the coming weekend will again struggle to reach 60° with lows tumbling into the 40s both Saturday and Sunday morning! We even expect some spots to drop into the 30s next Sunday and Monday mornings, raising concerns for our first frost of the season. Stay tuned!

-Meteorologists Eric Finkenbinder