TONIGHT: Clear & Quiet. Lo 48.
WEDNESDAY: Sunny & Seasonable. Hi 75.
THURSDAY: Mix of Clouds & Sun. Hi 75.
High pressure delivered another stellar day today with highs that reached the mid-70s area-wide. Clear skies and dry air means tonight will be another cool night but not quite as chilly with lows dropping into the mid to upper 40s, as opposed to the low 40s and upper 30s in spots this morning. Expect lots of sunshine again Wednesday, with perhaps a few more clouds for areas east of Harrisburg that will be closer to the retrograding low offshore.
Clouds increase Thursday but we’ll stay dry and mild. Some thicker clouds will roll in Friday, and a few showers are possible, but rain isn’t expected to widespread or heavy. Most of the day will be dry but some changes arrive this weekend.
Saturday appears to be the wettest day of the weekend but it won’t be like last Saturday. Occasional light showers and drizzle will be more the speed this time around. A milder Sunday, along with an approaching cold front, could also lead to a late-day shower or t-storm. Overall, there will be some changes to the forecast for the weekend as this low gradually weakens. The unsettled pattern lasts into early next week as a weak trough lingers overhead, providing daily shower or storm chances. Again though, no day appears to be a washout.
-Meteorologist Adis Juklo