SATURDAY: Partly Sunny, Stray Shower. Hi 84. Winds: E 5-15 mph.
SUNDAY: Sunshine. Hi 77. Lo 55.
Off the back of what has been a sweltering day relief arrives in the form of our back door cold front over the weekend. In the meantime, the chance for a few more scattered showers and storms takes shape in the overnight hours tonight, however accumulation will likely be low for most. Lows drop down to a more comfortable 60 degree range, perfect for any morning walks you might take part in Saturday morning.
Saturday’s cold front will move inland from New England to the southwest over Pennsylvania. This will lead to a few more clouds and some stray showers for Saturday. Saturday’s rain chance fares a little better in terms of coverage and intensity, however once again the expectation is for the majority of accumulations to consist of a tenth of an inch or less. It cools down a bit behind the front on Sunday and into next week. Most guidance shows another potentially dry week next week. There may be a rogue shower or two with a building trough over the Northeast (likely Wednesday offers the best chance for this), but those are hard to time and don’t look to help our deficit much. A growing drought continues over Central PA as we enter into June.
-Meteorologist Jackson Chastain