THIS EVENING: Scattered Showers, A Few T-Storms. Temperatures Falling To Near 80.
TONIGHT: Partly To Mostly Cloudy, Muggy. Lo 68.
THURSDAY: Partly Sunny, Stray PM T-Storm. Hi 86.
Widespread clouds and some showers have developed this afternoon which has kept a lid on any major thunderstorms. A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect just east of the mid-state which appears to be where any severe potential exists this evening. Popup storms are still possible locally, with brief heavy downpours and some gusty winds possible, but even this will be few-and-far between. Most showers should wrap up by midnight, with overnight lows expected to drop into the upper 60s.
The cool front will have crossed Thursday which should keep most rain chances south of PA, though a stray pop-up shower or storm is still possible during the afternoon. The front stalls and slightly nudges northward Friday, which will increase our chance for storms again. Another front will try to dive south Saturday, but it appears as though the greatest trigger will be north of the mid-state. Any storms should hold off until evening. By Sunday, cooler and slightly less humid air builds in which will keep dry weather going into Monday.
Highs will remain close to seasonable levels as the far as the eye-can-see. Overall, no signs of a big heat wave or big cool down anytime soon.
-Meteorologist Adis Juklo