EVENING: Showers exit, scattered clouds. Temps near 50.

TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy. Low 38.

TUESDAY: Mix of clouds and sun. Seasonable. High 53.

Monday’s sunshine allowed most areas to warm into the 60s before a few showers arrived midday. We are now watching these showers exit with a quiet evening on tap.

High pressure looks to win out and keep any showers to the south of Central PA, which means a pleasant and cooler stretch from Tuesday through Thursday. The one exception may come overnight Wednesday as a weak front sags south across Pennsylvania. A few, light showers could develop Wednesday night but quickly exit before daybreak on Thursday. The next front approaches from the west by the weekend, spreading in showers late Friday with a better chance for rain Saturday. Warm air will make a comeback with the rain this time as highs soar into the 60s and 70s with this system. The weekend looks split again, with Sunday drying out, but turning cooler and breezy. We’ll keep you posted!

-Meteorologists Eric Finkenbinder