A damp night, some clearing for Tuesday before a quick warm-up


Sunshine and warmer temps return Tuesday afternoon...

TONIGHT: Cloudy With Occasional Drizzle. Lo 52. Winds: E 10-15 mph.

TUESDAY: A Few Stray Showers Early, Slow Clearing through the Afternoon/Evening. Hi 69.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly Sunny, Mild. Hi 72.

Remnants from Delta continue to swirl around the center of the former hurricane. This means a strong east flow and damp weather continues overnight. We will stay cloudy, drizzly, and foggy tonight with temperatures dropping to the low 50s and upper 40s in the coolest areas.

Drizzle and fog will continue through the start of our Tuesday. There is a weak front coming in from the west, but a few showers along a line may bring additional showers during the morning hours. This line will mark the beginning of a wind shift to go from an east wind to a westerly breeze. This drier breeze will help push the moisture east and the Midstate will slowly clear out. Look for afternoon clearing west of Harrisburg, and more clearing eastward by the evening. Highs could climb close to 70° depending on how much sunshine breaks through.

High pressure will deliver a pleasant mid-week with the return of sunshine and high temperatures in the low to mid 70s. A potent cold front will cross the area early Friday morning, with some showers developing immediately behind it. While showers are likely, a significant, soaking rain is not. What will be more noticeable is the wind and air-mass behind this front with highs next weekend struggling to get out of the 50s!

-Meteorologist Dan Tomaso

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