TONIGHT: Mostly Cloudy, Low Clouds & Fog Persist. Occasional Drizzle. Lo 42.

THURSDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Peeks of Sun. Hi 48.

FRIDAY: AM Sun with Passing Clouds, PM Increasing Clouds. Cooler. Hi 45.

The dense fog from this morning has not lost its grip on the Midstate. Some areas west of Harrisburg did get some clearing, but it has not been widespread. Temperatures this evening remain near 50° with damp air locked in for many. Steady shower activity has ended, but periods of drizzle are still possible through Thursday morning.

Thursday and Friday remain dry, although it may be tough to get much sunshine. A shift in the winds by Thursday morning should help clear out the low clouds and fog. Temperatures will be in the 40s on both days. The best chance for a little sun would be Friday morning before clouds increase and our next wave is upon us for Friday night.

We are tracking more waves of low pressure for the weekend! Another system takes aim at Central PA for Friday night into Saturday. Once again, we do not expect a significant amount of moisture, but there will be just enough to keep it damp to start the weekend. Colder air will also be in play Friday night into Saturday. At this time, light rain and/or snow showers appear likely early Saturday morning. Accumulation isn’t expected, but we’ll keep you posted if we expect any slick spots. Most of Saturday should be dry. Yet another wave now looks to develop in the flow pattern by Sunday. Rain and snow showers are now likely Sunday with highs in the 40s. It will be just another cold rain for most of us during the second half of the weekend. North PA has the highest chance of seeing some wet snowflakes. December stays active with more rain expected later next week.

-Meteorologist Dan Tomaso