Most spots stay dry this weekend

Expect a mainly dry weekend.

Expect a mainly dry weekend.

UPDATED FORECAST: All of the computer weather models now take the remnants of Hurricane Hermine farther out to sea.  This means that most of us stay dry this weekend.  Only parts of Lancaster County and southern York County stand to see a few showers Sunday evening.  Otherwise, you’ll see partly sunny skies this weekend.

We get warmer and more humid on Labor Day.

We get warmer and more humid on Labor Day.

LESS HUMID: The break from the humidity continues through Sunday.  On Monday afternoon, the humidity starts going up, and you’ll really notice it on Tuesday.  Once it comes back in full force on Tuesday, it stays for the rest of next week.

The humidity starts going up Monday afternoon.

The humidity starts going up Monday afternoon.

SEASONAL HIGHS: This weekend, we’ll have seasonal highs near 80.  Then, the mid 80s return on Monday.  90s come back on Tuesday and they stay through Friday.

90s return next week.

90s return next week.

TRACKING THUNDERSTORMS: Even though most of us stay dry for the weekend and week ahead, we’ll eventually get widespread scattered showers and thunderstorms by the end of next week.  On Thursday, we’ll get hit or miss thunderstorms.  Then, on Friday, we’ll see more showers and thunderstorms and in more places.

You'll need to water the plants for much of the week ahead.

You’ll need to water the plants for much of the week ahead.

-Meteorologist Drew Anderson