EVENING: Stray showers, muggy and mild. Temps in the 70s.
TONIGHT: Stray showers, warm and muggy. Low 65.
TUESDAY: Morning showers, slow clearing for the afternoon High 72.
Monday’s storms were primarily focused over Franklin, Adams, York and Lancaster counties. Several wind damage reports from Franklin and Adams counties reported trees and wires down.
The remainder of this evening and tonight will see stray showers before the approaching cold front produces a period of showers Tuesday morning. Plan for rain through much of Tuesday morning, likely averaging near a tenth to a quarter inch of rain. Skies will be slow to clear Tuesday afternoon with sunshine arriving near sunset.
Wednesday and Thursday features lots of sunshine with low humidity. Similar to last week, highs will be near 80 degrees and lows near 60 degrees.
The upcoming weekend will be typical central PA summer weather. Warm and muggy with stray late day storms.
-Meteorologists Eric Finkenbinder