EVENING: Mainly Clear, Temps Near 60.
TONIGHT: Mostly Clear, Chilly! Lo 41. Winds: NW 5-10 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly Sunny. Hi 68.
Tonight will be another cold one as we drop into the lower 40s. Some valley locations could dip into the upper 30s. This may be the coolest night until the fall, as we begin to see a warming trend moving into the second half of May.
Dry weather continues tomorrow, but a disturbance moving through will keep clouds around during the afternoon. Cold air aloft could spark a stray shower but the chance for rain appears very low. The warming trend really kicks off tomorrow with highs approaching 70°. A slightly better chance for a passing shower will come Friday and Saturday as stronger waves aloft push through from the west. Regardless, most of Friday and Saturday will still be dry with highs pushing near 70°. By early next week, high pressure will build along the east coast, bringing the return of more consistent warmth! Showers remain possible Monday, but uncertainty remains with just how much rain can be squeezed out of that system. Some model guidance keeps most of the moisture south of Pennsylvania. We will keep tracking it and update as needed. The mornings will become less chilly by next week too. Something to look forward to!
-Meteorologist Adis Juklo