EVENING: Cloudy, stray showers across southern York and southern Adams counties. Temps in the 70s.
TONIGHT: Cloudy, patchy drizzle toward daybreak. Low 69.
FRIDAY: Morning clouds with patchy drizzle, clearing skies for the afternoon. High 80.
Clouds will be tough to clear this evening and tonight as an easterly flow of moisture from the Atlantic Ocean will keep low clouds in the Midstate through Friday morning. There could also be some patchy drizzle to begin our Friday, but we believe skies will start to clear heading into Friday afternoon with more sunshine toward Friday evening.
Our last weekend of summer will be seasonably mild and mainly dry. There is a low chance for a shower Saturday afternoon with afternoon temperatures near 83F. Sunday will feel a little better with a drop in humidity and leading to clearer skies and more sun.
Next week also begins quiet with model guidance showing a front arriving Wednesday evening to bring our next round of showers and storms.
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder