Tropical Storm Henri keeps rain chances close to the Midstate


Turning hot and humid again next week...

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Friday evening provided enough sunshine to send our temperatures into the mid 80s. With the high humidity, it feels very tropical. We stay humid for tonight as clouds return the the Midstate.

Our weekend weather is based on the track and close proximity of Tropical Storm Henri. As it tracks farther north, Henri is forecast to become a category 1 hurricane and make landfall in New England. Although Henri will not track through the Midstate, we still anticipate some indirect impacts. We expect plenty of clouds for us with occasional showers. The steady rain shield stays to our east closer to Philadelphia, but it will be close. I still think we could see some wiggle in the rain shield as the track of Henri becomes more certain. Overall, we do not expect a wash out weekend, but I would plan for passing showers for both days. Stay tuned for more updates start with Meteorologist Brett Thackara Saturday morning.

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder

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