EVENING: Decreasing clouds and decreasing winds. Temps in the 50s.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear, low 50.

WEDNESDAY: Mix of sun and clouds, breezy and cool. A stray afternoon shower. High 67.

An upper-level low continues to swing through the Great Lakes and New England. A few evening showers developed north of Harrisburg this evening, but most of the activity will quickly diminish as we lost the sunshine. Skies clear tonight and we begin Wednesday sunny and seasonably cool.

Wednesday will be just like the last two days with a mix of sun and clouds for the afternoon, breezy with a stray shower for some.

Much of our forecast is focused on Hurricane Ian. We have noticed some changes in the track, which is also evident in the latest National Hurricane Center forecast track for Ian. As it makes landfall along western Florida Late Wednesday, it will continue through central Florida and exit into the Atlantic Ocean before returning inland over Georgia or South Carolina. The longer this storm remains over the southeast US, the greater chance for us to receive rain from Ian this weekend. The high pressure that will have a stronghold on our weather at the start of the weekend will gradually move east, allowing for Ian’s rain to push north. At this time, we still feel showers and drizzle will be here for Sunday into Monday, however, there are some model guidance that suggests some showers arrive on Saturday.

In any case, we do not anticipate heavy rain or flooding from the remnants of Ian. It will be most likely an extended period of dreary conditions with time of showers. Stay tuned for more updates.

-Meteorologists Eric Finkenbinder