Heading into the evening you may need a jacket or sweater heading out. There will be a chill in the air once the sun sets. If you are going to one of the area football/soccer games or York Fair and just hang around the home by an outdoor fire pit, it will be perfect weather. Just be prepared to bring a sweatshirt, jacket and maybe even a blanket to stay warm! Temps will drop from the upper 60s to low 70s to the upper 50s to low 60s once the sun sets.
Cool Canadian air mass firmly in place. Clear skies, dry conditions and light to calm winds will lead to another fall-like night with lows dropping into the 40s in many places tomorrow morning.
Our dry stretch continues into the weekend with just a few clouds rolling in later in the day Saturday. Southwest flow out ahead of our next frontal system will warm temps into the upper 70s and raise dewpoints a tad after a cool start in the upper 40s to low 50s.
Sunday the front pushes across the area early. While it will be moisture starved, it may squeeze out a sprinkle early in the day otherwise; partly sunny skies expected with highs around 80 degrees.
RAIN CHANCES RETURN NEXT WEEK
We are cooler and dry for Monday with highs in the mid 70s as high pressure builds in. A nice ridges forms over the east which helps to warm temps back up for the middle part of the week. Warm front on Tuesday will increase some clouds and a southeast flow along with the a few clouds will hold temps around 80 but once in the warm sector we are back into the mid 80s for Wednesday but a quickly approaching cold front may trigger showers and possibly a rumble of thunder towards evening. Good news, it looks like it will be to our south by Thursday morning. Still mild Thursday but temperatures take a dive once again by Friday.
Have a great night!
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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