Many places along the Lower Susquehanna River Valley see another foggy start this morning. As daylight progresses, the fog slowly burns off through mid to late morning. Some sunshine sneaks in during the afternoon hours, but it is short-lived. Our next cold front approaches through the day, bringing a quick return to the clouds by early evening. Expect breezy conditions and afternoon high temperatures to reach the upper 60s to lower 70s. A few showers are possible out west around 8 P.M., and by midnight the threat expands to the rest of the region. Scattered showers continue through the rest of the night.
WEEKEND COOL DOWN
The cold front pushes through during the morning hours, with gradual drying from west to east. Temperatures should begin in the lower to middle 60s early in the morning, and fall back a few degrees through the afternoon as unseasonably cooler air rushes in. The strong breezes continue. Sunday the unseasonably cool air stays locked in place. After a cool start with temperatures in the upper 30s to lower 40s, expect clouds to quickly bubble up through the day. Afternoon high temperatures struggle to reach 60 degrees, and most locations stay in the 50s.
Monday, moderation in temperatures begins to take hold. Highs bounce back into the 60s, but plenty of clouds are expected, along with a few sprinkles as our next system approaches. Most of Tuesday looks dry, but a late day or evening shower is possible. Highs reach the lower 70s. Wednesday, expect the chance for showers with temperatures touching 70 degrees. Skies look to dry out Thursday.
Have a great weekend!