TONIGHT: Evening Storms, Then Clearing Skies, Muggy. Lo 70.

TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny, Hot. Hi 90.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly Sunny, Hot. Hi 94.

Storms so far today have been confined to southern York and southern Lancaster counties. As of 5:30p, most of the activity is exiting south and east of the region, but a broken line of showers is forming west of Harrisburg along the front. This will bring brief rain for some this evening, but only scattered coverage is expected.

The story by tomorrow shifts to focus on the building heat as a ridge of high pressure moves over the eastern third of the country. Highs will shoot back to 90 on Tuesday and then climb through the mid-90s for mid-week. A cold front will graze past us Thursday, bringing us our next best chance for showers and t-storms. Otherwise, the heat and humidity will be pretty uncomfortable with the potential for heat indices to approach triple digits at times later this week. A stray t-storm is possible both days next weekend as the heat and humidity stick around, but after today, rain chances could be limited again for a while. We’ll keep you posted.

-Meteorologist Adis Juklo