THIS EVENING: We quite a few cumulus clouds out there right now and they will remain until the sunsets. They will start to decrease and skies will clear out. For the next few hours there is a chance we could see a stray shower move in from the north but as they slide south they are expected to weaken so folks south of Harrisburg and the PA Turnpike should remain dry for the rest of the evening. Temps will fall from the low 80s to the low 70s.
OVERNIGHT: Just a few scattered clouds lingering into the morning. Patchy fog is possible and lows will dip to the low to mid 60s.
TOMORROW: High pressure will provide an east-southeast flow later in the day which will result in a few more clouds by afternoon. Some of the models are persistent with a stray shower or thunderstorm popping up in the afternoon but I expect to see the area remain mostly dry with highs in the low 80s.
OUTLOOK: Saturday will be comfortable, mostly sunny and dry. Highs will run near seasonal averages in the low 80s. Jet stream moves well north allowing the heat and humidity to crank up by the second half of the weekend. Isolated storms chances expected Sunday and Monday with a better chance arriving Tuesday into Wednesday with the next cold front. Expect muggy nights and humid, warm days with daily isolated storm chances. Temperatures eventually warm to the upper 80s to 90 degrees early next week. July will start out very warm and stormy, and as of now, Independence Day looks to quiet down with drier weather expected for the holiday.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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