TONIGHT: Clear & Chilly. Lo 30. Winds: Light.

TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny & Mild. Hi 60. Winds: SW 5-10 mph.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly Cloudy, Mild. Hi 60. Winds: S 5-10 mph.

Today was a beautiful day despite the chilly start. High pressure will keep us clear tonight, and with light winds and dry air in place, it will turn cold again. It won’t be as cold as this morning with lows around 30 in most spots.

High-pressure building overhead will keep the local forecast relatively quiet through Wednesday. Tomorrow look gorgeous with sunny skies and warmer temperatures. It will be less breezy too. Clouds will increase on Wednesday, but it should stay dry with highs near 60° again.

By Thursday, there will be a noticeable shift to a wetter pattern heading into the weekend. While a few light showers will be around Thursday (and it will be warm too, with highs near 70°), the real rainy period will occur Friday and Saturday as an area of low pressure lifts through. While Sunday could feature a brief break in the rain, next week looks to start wet as well as a potential baroclinic zone (zone of constant weather) sets up over Central PA. Locally, there is a rainfall deficit this year and the region could use a bit of rain to make some of it up. This will help, but just as people are ready to get outside after winter, the weather could turn unsettled and wet for a stretch.

-Meteorologist Adis Juklo