Clouds continue to blanket the area through evening. There is a chance for sprinkles mainly across Adams, York and Lancaster counties for the next few hours. Temperatures hovering around 60 will fall to the mid 50s by 10pm.
Overnight, skies will slowly clear, allowing temperatures to drop into the low to mid 40s. We’ll start the day cooler Wednesday but with sunshine.
High pressure builds in to our north bringing one of the best days of the week. High clouds will be drifting by from time to time and highs should warm to the low to mid 60s. Depending on sunshine, there may be a few spots which could warm to the upper 60s. Breeze will be light out of the north-northeast. Mostly clear skies Wednesday night will allow temperatures to get even cooler in the upper 30s to low 40s.
High pressure starts to slide east Thursday. This will set up an easterly flow. It will be another nice day starting with sunshine but will end with clouds returning and perhaps a few drops towards evening. Highs expected to be seasonal in the low 60s. From Friday through Tuesday the forecast becomes tricky. We’ll have to fine tune the details in the next couple of days. We’ll see plenty of clouds and showers may threaten almost every day. Rainfall will vary from day to day. Right now it looks like showers will be possible Thursday night into Friday with a break until Saturday afternoon when showers return. Highs Friday with stubborn clouds and southeast flow will remain close to 60. Saturday, the winds shift to the south helping to warm us to the mid to upper 60s. Sunday, looks dry with mostly cloudy skies and highs in the low 60s. Another round of showers possible for Monday and that will keep temps cooler near 60. Tuesday looks dry for now with partly sunny skies and highs in the low 60s.