TONIGHT: Cloudy, Patchy Drizzle, Mild. Near Steady Temperatures In The Mid/Upper 50s. Winds: SE 10-15 mph.
TUESDAY: Scattered, Light Showers. Hi 63. Winds: SE Becoming NW 5-10 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Cool & Breezy. Hi 55. Winds: NW 10-20 mph, Gusts to 35 mph.
A light, east flow kept us stuck under low clouds for much of the day. Areas north and west of Harrisburg did enjoy some clearing, where temperatures reached the mid to upper 60s, even close to 70. For the rest of us, clouds kept temperatures in the low 60s. It will turn cloudy tonight again everywhere as we watch a cold front approach from the west.
This front will bring some light showers after midnight, with the best chance for rain coming during the mid morning through early afternoon time period on Tuesday. A tenth of an inch of rain or less is expected, with clearing skies toward evening as colder and drier air settles in.
Behind tomorrow’s front, our weather changes in a big way yet again. Temperatures will struggle to reach the mid-50s Wednesday with breezy conditions adding to the chill. Lows by Thursday morning will drop into the mid-30s, but a steady light wind will likely prevent widespread frost issues. Still, this cooler air-mass will be slow to exit as we don’t bounce back above 60° until Friday. Temperatures continue to slowly trend up next weekend with highs approaching seasonal averages. At this point, the upcoming weekend looks dry.
-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder