Near 90 today, then 70s this weekend

WEEKEND CHANGES: Today, we'll have highs in the upper 80s.  A few spots will even hit 90.  You'll also notice the humidity this afternoon.  The humidity will make it feel like the low 90s.  We'll loose the humidity tonight as temperatures drop to the low 60s.  On Saturday, we'll shave ten degrees off today's highs.  How do upper 70s sound?  Then on Sunday, we'll spend most of the day in the 60s!  Eventually, we'll hit 70.  All weekend, we'll keep the sunny skies flowing.

The humidity stays low all weekend.

The humidity stays low all weekend.

SEASONAL WEEK: You'll see sunny skies on Monday, but cloudy skies take over Monday night .  We'll also get a few showers.  After some leftover clouds Tuesday, the skies turn partly sunny.  Then, we stay sunny and dry for the rest of the week.  All week we'll keep the humidity low.  For most of the week, we'll have seasonal highs in the mid 70s.  For scale, the average high is 74.

The average highs is 74, so we'll have a very seasonal week.

The average highs is 74, so we'll have a very seasonal week.

EVENTS TONIGHT: We'd love to see you at York Bike Night.  MaryEllen Pann will broadcast live from 4 to 6 P.M.  If you go, please stop by and say hello.   Also say hello at our live Football Frenzy game of the week preshow at Northwestern in Manchester, York County.  Catch the show at 6 P.M. and the game kick off at 7 P.M.  Temperatures stay in the 80s until 7 P.M.  Then, we dip into the upper 70s by 8 P.M.  Sunset is around 7 P.M.  We'll stay humid all evening.

MaryEllen will be live from 4-6 P.M. on FOX43

MaryEllen will be live from 4-6 P.M. on FOX43

WEEKEND EVENTS: A dozen local museums have free admission tomorrow.  You need to download a ticket ahead of time.  Do that here.  Tomorrow is National Public Lands Day and local parks are looking for volunteers for service projects.  See which ones, here.  It's also Family Hike Day this weekend, and there are special events on sections of the Appalachian Trail that runs through our area.  Get the details here.

-Meteorologist Drew Anderson