A foggy start leads to breaks of afternoon sunshine


After morning fog, some sunshine breaks out during the afternoon. An isolated shower or two is possible.




Monday afternoon skies are partly sunny, with a few drops possible.

FOG TO SUNNY BREAKS: Dense fog is beginning Monday morning throughout many locations in Central PA. Expect to need the extra minutes for the morning commute. A stray shower is also possible before daybreak. Otherwise, temperatures begin in the 50s to near 60 degrees. Once the fog lifts through the morning, expect gfx1breaks of sunshine to finally make it back into the region! Skies are partly sunny through the afternoon. A stray shower or two is possible, but it’s drier and less dreary than the weekend! Afternoon highs are milder, in the upper 60s to middle 70s. Clouds fade through the evening, leading to a mainly clear and seasonable night. Lows are in the upper 40s to middle 50s. Some patchy fog is possible once again.




More sun is expected with each day that passes, so bring the sunglasses instead of the umbrella.

SUNGLASSES BACK: Sunshine makes a full return Tuesday afternoon after some morning clouds and patchy fog. Temperatures hover in the 60s to near 70 degrees. The sunshine continues for Wednesday and Thursday, possibly even Friday. Temperatures are milder as well, with readings in the lower to middle 70s. We’ll be watching for added high clouds Friday, as we closely follow the track of Hurricane Matthew. Temperatures could be influenced by cloud cover on Friday, but for now expect reading in the 70s.



WATCHING WEEKEND: Hurricane Matthew is expected to remain a key component in the forecast for the weekend. We’ll be watching the track to see if it’s close enough to the coast for clouds and showers. For now, the more likely scenario is an approaching cold front keeps it out to sea, and keeps us dry Saturday. The front could bring a few showers Sunday. Temperatures are in the 70s with more sun, or in the 60s with a less optimistic outcome.




Have a great Monday!