Few showers will be possible south

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We have been tracking an area of low pressure which will bring clouds and showers. Tonight, we remain mostly clear with lows dropping to the upper 50s and low 60s. Some valley areas may see patchy fog develop. Otherwise, we’ll start the day mostly sunny. Clouds will increase through the afternoon and evening. As low pressure tracks in from the southwest, it will bring the chance for a few showers in our southern counties right along the MD/PA border late in the day towards evening. Areas further north should remain dry but will be dealing with partly sunny skies. Highs will be warmer north in the low 80s, while the south should hover near 80. Showers will still be possible overnight into the morning but will exit before sunrise as the system pulls away. Morning lows will be in the low to mid 60s and should warm as the skies brighten into the afternoon to the low 80s.

Plenty of sunshine over the weekend as high pressure keeps the area dry. The trough that is over us now will start to lift out, especially on Sunday. This means temperatures will be warming back up. Low 80s for the start of the weekend but mid 80s for the second half under mostly sunny skies. The humidity will start to increase into Sunday.

Weekend Outlook

Monday into Tuesday our next frontal boundary comes in bringing the next best chance for showers and thunderstorms. It will be a warm and humid start to the week but temperatures will back off a few degrees by Wednesday.

Have a wonderful rest of the week!

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