High School Football Frenzy Scores

A few more clouds and late day thunderstorms knocks temps down a bit


Thick air and very warm morning lows greet us early Friday morning.


Another heat wave to plague the area this year. And, we’ll add to the growing list of 90 degree days Friday. It’s another hot and humid day, although, the humidity comes down a notch and with a frontal boundary hovering nearby, more clouds are expected.  This will knock a few degrees off temperatures.  Highs will range from the upper 80s to the lower 90s.  A few late day thunderstorms are possible.



High school football Friday night looks to be mainly dry just very warm. Our Frenzy game of the week is McCaskey at York High. Our Frenzy show starts at 6pm, game kicks off at 7pm. Prepare for temperatures in the 80s for most of the game. As you are heading home, we drop back to the 70s.



It’s a scorcher for Saturday with highs in the middle 90s. Humidity is expected to be uncomfortable and oppressive. The heat index will make a run at 100 degrees at times through the afternoon. A few thunderstorms bubble up during the late afternoon Saturday. Our next frontal system comes through overnight bringing another chance for a few showers. Plenty of hazy sunshine to begin the weekend. Once the front sags south early Sunday, cooler, less humid air funnels in across the Lower Susquehanna Valley. Temperatures, while cooler in the lower 80s, are still a few degrees above average. Winds out of the north are breezy but plenty of sunshine is expected.


High pressure brings a couple of nice, sunny days Monday and Tuesday. Highs climb to the lower and middle 80s each day. It is comfortable too. By Wednesday, with the approach of our next system, winds shift more to the southwest bringing in more moisture, therefore, you will feel the humidity return. Highs are warmer in the upper 80s, and a few afternoon thunderstorms are possible. High pressure returns for Thursday bringing sunshine and dry conditions.

Stay with FOX43 Weather for updated changes to the forecast through the rest of the week!

Have a good day!

MaryEllen Pann,
Chief Meteorologist