THIS EVENING: Mostly Cloudy. Temperatures Falling To Near 70.
TONIGHT: Clouds & Drizzle Late. Lo 64.
WEDNESDAY: Scattered Showers, Especially PM. Hi 80.
Low clouds and drizzle that have been plaguing us for most of the day should lift by this evening. In fact, the sun may even break out prior to setting. It should remain dry overnight as we await the approach of a cold front. With lingering clouds and low level moisture, temperatures will only drop into the mid 60s overnight.
Wednesday offers more rounds of showers as a front crosses Pennsylvania. There can be some rain in the morning that falls as just some light drizzle, but as the front moves through during the afternoon and some sun breaks out ahead of it, a line of showers and storms will develop. Most guidance suggests around a quarter-inch of rain on average, so again not much, but likely more than today. No severe weather is expected. Once the front clears by tomorrow evening, we get a fresh round of low humidity and sunshine on the way for Thursday.
Expect a warm Friday (mid-80s!) before more cool air arrives for the weekend. Pleasant weather begins our Labor Day weekend, but we’re watching the chance for rain by Sunday and Labor Day Monday. Once again, it doesn’t look like significant rainfall, but showers could dampen a few plans later in the holiday weekend. We’ll keep you posted.
-Meteorologist Adis Juklo