EVENING: Few clouds, temps near 60 degrees.
TONIGHT: Mostly clear and cool. Low 43.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and seasonable. High 67.
As an upper low sits and spins over southern Canada, the local weather for Central PA will remain pretty much the same this week. Chilly mornings with pleasant but cool afternoons and a mix of sun and cumulus clouds. There will be some locations dipping into the 30s again tonight with clear skies and calm winds anticipated into Wednesday morning.
Tomorrow will likely feature the most sunshine this week before the next active period of weather begins later Thursday. An elongated front will stretch over the state for Thursday and Friday, bringing plenty of clouds but no showers are expected at this time. The weekend is a different story. A low pressure will move over us Saturday to bring scattered showers. This low will remain along the coast on Sunday to produce more clouds and lingering showers across our area. This may actually linger into early next week.
If you have outdoor weekend plans, we will keep updating our forecast to give you more detailed information. At this time, I would at least plan for damp conditions this weekend.
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder