STORMY EVENING FOR SOME
A cold front continues to slowly drift south, and soon enough it brings relief to the Lower Susquehanna Valley. In the meantime, there’s a chance for late day and early evening thunderstorms. A few of the storms could turn severe, with damaging winds the largest threat. The shower and thunderstorm activity winds down as the evening progresses. With the front still crossing overnight, a shower or two cannot be ruled out. Some foggy spots are expected to form close to daybreak. Low temperatures fall into the upper 60s to lower 70s.
The cold front’s progress slows down thanks to the pesky, intense area of high pressure in the Atlantic. This keeps the front along the border during the morning, so expect quite a cloudy start for Sunday. As the front slowly nudges a little farther south, we’ll see partially clearing skies, especially to the north. An isolated shower or two cannot be completely ruled out Sunday. However, it’s most certainly a less humid day with highs in the middle 80s, right near July seasonable averages! Enjoy it, because it’ll likely be one of the more pleasant days though the rest of the forecast period.
A MAINLY UNSETTLED WEEK
The front stalls just to our south, keeping an isolated shower chance in the forecast for Monday. Overall, it’s not going to be a terrible day. Tuesday, an upper level disturbance helps increase clouds and shower coverage. Highs are in the lower to middle 80s both days. The forecast models become a bit muddled from the middle to end of the week, but most of the period remains unsettled. A shower and thunderstorm chance remains for Wednesday and Thursday. Friday looks dry with a mixture of clouds and sunshine. Saturday showers return with the approach of another cold front. Highs hover in the middle 80s from the middle to the end of the week.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend!