THIS EVENING: Partly To Mostly Cloudy. Temperatures Around 70. Winds: Light.
TONIGHT: Cloudy, Fog, Patchy Drizzle. Lo 64. Winds: Light.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Spotty Shower. Hi 72. Winds: E 5 mph.
Clouds have been stubborn all day but as of 5pm, some sun was starting to peek through areas west of the river. For places east of Harrisburg, clouds will remain dominant this evening, with plenty more low clouds and fog expected overnight area-wide. Temperatures won’t budge very much with overnight lows only dipping into the mid-60s.
Tomorrow will offer similar weather with plenty of morning clouds that will be very slow to clear during the afternoon. However, a bubble of high pressure will begin to build into Pennsylvania Thursday, offering some hope for more sun and certainly dry weather. Temperatures by then should climb back into the low-70s with nights staying mild this week in the 60s.
An upper-level low will meander east by this weekend, bringing the return of some showers by late Friday night and mainly into the first half of the weekend. It does look dreary, but neither day will feature an all-day steady or heavy rain. Saturday will bring scattered light showers and drizzle with more dry periods by Sunday. Throughout the next week, temperatures will remain above average with highs in the 70s and lows in the 60s. The mugginess looks to stick around too as no pushes of cool, dry air are in sight yet.
-Meteorologist Adis Juklo