A storm possible overnight, very humid again Tuesday with scattered storms


A prolonged heat wave won't break any time soon...

OVERNIGHT: Humid, Stray Storms. Lo 75. Winds: Light.

TUESDAY: Hot & Humid, Scattered PM T-Storms. Hi 92. Winds:

WEDNESDAY: Hot & Humid, Stray PM T-Storms. Hi 90.

As of 11:30p, a strong cluster of storms was pushing north into Adams and York counties. These storms may contain vivid lightning, heavy rain, and gusty winds as they move toward Harrisburg and York. Severe weather is not expected although this may awaken some of you overnight!

Tuesday will be another hot and very humid day. Additional storms are expected to fire by the afternoon and evening. Much like today, a few storms could be severe with damaging winds and flooding downpours the primary threat. By Wednesday, a few more storms will be possible during the afternoon but of more stray variety. The heat and humidity will dominate the next few days with highs remaining in the low to mid 90s.

Thursday should be the one day this week that could be storm-free locally. It will still be hazy, hot, and humid though as the heat wave continues. Friday and Saturday will feature more storms as a cold front approaches the area. By Sunday, the heat wave looks to break with highs cooling off slightly and Sunday could also feature mainly dry conditions.

-Meteorologist Adis Juklo

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