EVENING: Warm and humid with stray storms. Temps in the 70s.

TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy, mild and muggy. Low 63.

TUESDAY: Clearing skies, less humid and breezy. High 80.

Most of the rain occurred over York and Lancaster counties today with rain amounts between a half to two inches. Other areas across the Midstate experienced a mainly dry, but humid afternoon.

We are still watching a narrow line of storms that will drift over the area later this evening. Some weakening is expected with these storms, but there still is a chance for a brief downpour in some areas.

We start off warm and muggy Tuesday morning. A northwesterly breeze increases Tuesday morning to allow for clearing skies and less humid conditions for the remainder of the day.

The rest of this week remains dry and seasonably mild. As we approach the weekend we will be getting warmer and more humid. By next week there is a good chance we are warming into the upper 80s with plenty of late summer heat to follow.

-Meteorologists Eric Finkenbinder