WEEK ENDS DRY: High pressure in control of the weather keeps the region dry through the end of the week. There some patchy areas of fog to start, especially northwest of Harrisburg, and it quickly lifts through mid morning. Otherwise, it’s chilly with plenty of sunshine to start. Temperatures begin in the 40s for most. The sunshine continues through Thursday afternoon. Temperatures are mild as well, with readings in the lower to middle 70s. Clouds move in ahead of our next cold front on Friday. Temperatures remain mild despite the clouds, with readings in the lower to middle 70s. A few showers are possible overnight.
WEEKEND COOLING: Hurricane Matthew is expected to curve out to sea before it even comes near the Mid-Atlantic. This means the more optimistic scenario takes hold. There’s some light showers Saturday as a cold front crosses through. The clouds and rain keep temperatures in the 60s. Cooler air moves in behind the cold front for Sunday. There’s breezy conditions, with temperatures in the lower to middle 60s. Expect a mixture of clouds and sunshine for the region.
NEXT WEEK: Sun and some clouds continues for Monday, and temperatures are still in the 60s. Tuesday begins some more warming. There’s a mixture of sunshine and some clouds. Temperatures are closer to the 70 degree mark. It’s more of the same with temperatures for Wednesday. Clouds do start to build later during the day ahead of our next system.
Have a great Thursday!