THIS EVENING: Mostly cloudy and mild. Showers across parts of Franklin and Adams counties. Temps in the lower 80s.
TONIGHT: Cloudy with stray showers.
FRIDAY: Cloudy with showers and drizzle. Cooler. High 69F.
A stalled boundary produced slow moving showers and thunderstorms across parts of Franklin, Adams and York counties earlier today. Some areas reported 1 to 3 inches of rain with some minor flooding in Hanover. This boundary is weakening, with just showers remaining across these counties through this evening.
Tonight will remain cloudy and mild as an easterly flow of air and increasing moisture will produce a cooler and showery Friday. Best chances for a steady accumulating rain will be Friday morning, however, rainfall amounts are still tough to pin down. Many areas will see at least a tenth of an inch, but if the steady moistures persists, more of us could see near a half inch of rain. Temps will be stuck in the 60s for much of the day.
Clouds still linger into Saturday morning, but expect clearing skies by Saturday afternoon. we are tracking chances for a shower or storm Saturday night and again Sunday evening and will keep you posted on the details.
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder