TONIGHT: Partly Cloudy, Stray Shower. Lo 62. Winds: Light.
TUESDAY: Partly Sunny, Stray PM Shower. Hi 83. Winds: Light.
WEDNESDAY: Partly Sunny, Stray PM Shower. Hi 83. Winds: Light.
It was quite a soggy morning over Adams county where over an inch of rain fell in spots. Further northeast, rainfall amounts dropped quickly only 0.05″ officially at Harrisburg International. The steady rain has stopped but light showers continue to linger particularly over areas north and west of Harrisburg.
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday all feature similar weather. Partly sunny skies, highs near average, and the occasional, but unlikely, passing shower. A stalled upper low over New England will be responsible for any shower activity, but chances look slim after today. Friday looks pleasant and sunny with seasonable highs for mid-August.
There are signs of a Bermuda high returning next weekend with more moisture being drawn northward. That could lead to a return of more humid conditions along with at least spotty storm chances. Although, recent trends have been for a slower arrival of the next front, so most of the weekend may end up dry with storm chances mainly limited to late in the day Sunday. Either way, the pattern does look to turn more unsettled and wet early next week.
-Meteorologist Adis Juklo