TONIGHT: A Few Showers, An Isolated Storm Possible. Lo 65.
FRIDAY: Warm and Humid, Stray PM T-Storm. Hi 82.
SATURDAY: Mostly Sunny, Warm. Hi 89.
SUNDAY: Sunny and Hot. Hi 91.
Cloudy and damp conditions will linger tonight, with a few showers and storms south and southeast of Harrisburg. Southern York, and central to southern Lancaster Counties were hit hard with heavy rain and even some flash flooding on low-lying roads. Up to 3″ of rain fell near Paradise, Lancaster County based on Doppler Radar estimates, with even more rain south of the state line into northern Maryland. With all of this moisture, we can expect a cloudy and damp start to our Friday morning too with temperatures in the middle to upper 60s.
Other than a stray shower or storm Friday afternoon, the upcoming weekend features building heat and lots of sunshine. Highs reach near 90° on Sunday and we expect more days in the 90s next week marking our first heat wave of the year. In addition to the building heat, a stretch of dry conditions is also expected once again, with no further storm chances through at least next Tuesday. We may see some storms develop by the middle of next week as the ridge of high pressure begins to break down.
-Meteorologist Dan Tomaso