TONIGHT: Partly Cloudy and Damp. Patchy Fog. Lo 60.

FRIDAY: Partly Cloudy, Warmer. Hi 85.

SATURDAY: Mostly Sunny, Hot. Hi 90.

West and east of the mountains of Pennsylvania created two totally different days. Locally, today felt like a late April or May day. The problem was a front stuck over the region and a persistent light east flow of winds. The moisture would not break, at least until it was too late. High temperatures have occurred early in the evening ranging from the upper 60s to lower 70s. Moisture will linger through tonight with areas of drizzle still possible. More likely though is valley fog that will develop tonight and be stubborn to burn off in the morning. Conditions should turn much sunnier starting late Friday morning for most though!

Tomorrow and Saturday should be dry with heat and humidity ramping up a bit too. Saturday’s highs could reach 90° while we break into the low 90s Sunday. Earlier, it appeared a late-day t-storm or two would be possible, but there doesn’t appear to be a spark for activity this weekend until perhaps late Sunday night. Therefore, the entire weekend is likely to be dry. Monday could bring some scattered showers as a cold front marches through Pennsylvania. Behind the front, Tuesday looks sunny and comfortable. It doesn’t appear that much rain is on the way in the next 7-10 days. So soak it in today. Get ready to water your lawns and gardens because it may be needed over the coming days and weeks. Enjoy the summery weather, we’ve got plenty of it coming!

-Meteorologists Dan Tomaso and Brett Thackara