**A Flood Warning is still in effect for the Conodoguinet Creek at Hoagestown for minor flooding. It will fall below flood stage Sunday morning.**
TURNING DREARY AGAIN
The region is currently experiencing a much needed break from rain, but the weekend looks to end on a dreary note. Tonight, the clouds to south, clearer skies to the north trend continues. There is a chance for a couple of showers. A redeveloping easterly flow, courtesy of an area of high pressure to our north, brings in more moisture late. The clouds thicken and lower for everyone. Showers and drizzly areas are likely for most by daybreak. Lows fall into the lower to middle 50s, and they will be slow to rise throughout Sunday. The clouds and dreary conditions stay through much of the morning. Some light showers are possible too. The shower chance lingers into the afternoon, but some sunshine tries to poke out, especially later in the day. Highs only reach the lower 60s, perhaps middle 60s if a little more sun than anticipated manages to break out.
While all of this is happening, a cold front slowly approaches from the west. It loses a lot of its punch before it gets here. When it arrives Monday, we only notice some clouds. Otherwise, it’s a sunnier and warmer day, with highs near 70 degrees. Tuesday brings partly cloudy skies, with highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s.
The weather quickly turns unsettled once again through the middle to end of the week. Another cold front slowly approaches from the west, increasing clouds Wednesday. A late day shower is possible, but it looks to be a mainly dry day. Thursday brings a better chance for showers as the front passes through the area. A couple showers could linger into Friday, but it’s dry by the afternoon. Saturday looks mainly dry too, with just a small chance for a shower. Temperatures begin in the lower 70s Wednesday and into the middle 60s by the weekend.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!