SHOWER THREAT GOES UP FOR SOME
Clouds return overnight as the next systems approaches. They keep lows in the lower to middle 40s, milder than the 30’s we had this morning. The best threat for showers expected on the tail end of the morning drive through early afternoon. And, most of the showers are concentrated south of the turnpike along the state line. Expect plenty more dry hours north of the turnpike. Temperatures will range from the upper 50s to the lower 60s. Where there is a higher chance to have showers, temperatures only climb to the upper 50s, where there are more dry hours, highs should warm to the lower 60s.
We continue with well below average temperatures for this time of year. The shower threat continues into early Wednesday, especially closet to the Maryland-Pennsylvania line. As the storm system moves off the coast, skies will brighten up as some sun breaks out during the afternoon. Temperatures are once again expected in the middle to upper 60s.
After a couple days of clouds and showers, sunshine is back in full forecast towards the end of the week, thanks to building high pressure. It also helps to boost our temperatures closer to seasonal averages in the lower 70s.
We are tracking a storm system that could bring showers over the weekend. Biggest threat for wet weather is Saturday with a few lingering showers early Sunday. Temperatures should warm to near seasonal averages but will fluctuate depending on showers.
Stay with FOX43 Weather for updated changes to the forecast through the rest of the week!
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