Staying warm next two days, minimal rain chances


Best chance for rain continues to be Sunday...

EVENING: A Stray Shower, Otherwise Mild. Low 70s.

TONIGHT: Partly Cloudy. Lo 48.

THURSDAY: Mostly Sunny. Hi 70.

A warm evening on tap with only a few stray showers in parts of Franklin and western Adams counties. The remainder of this evening and tonight will see generally quiet conditions with temperatures in the 60s, then 50s overnight.

Thursday is trending drier and we may even see a bit more sunshine than previously expected. In fact, tomorrow looks like a nice day all of a sudden! We’ll take it! Clouds take over by Friday though, and that will start a dreary stretch through the weekend. Some showers are expected to move in by morning but even Friday is trending drier as the upper-level low takes its time moving east. Stray showers are possible into Saturday but it may take until Saturday night or even Sunday morning for the main slug of moisture to move in. With clouds and some rain around, the weekend won’t be quite as warm but still at or above average when it comes to high temperatures. Again, Sunday looks to be the wettest day. We’ll stay mostly cloudy into early next week with a few showers possible Monday and Tuesday as a trough takes over across the Northeast. We’ll keep you posted!

-Meteorologist Dan Tomaso

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