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A cold front is slowly pushing south over PA spreading light scattered showers.

SUNDAY CLEARING: The slow moving cold front that brought scattered showers to south-central Pennsylvania will continue to push to our south through the latter half of the weekend. Expect a few lingering showers with this front Sunday morning, most likely across areas south of the Turnpike. By Sunday afternoon, the front moves far enough to the south, that skies begin to clear with partly sunny skies. High pressure to the north will also bring cooler temperatures in the upper 40s Sunday.


We dry out a bit Sunday into Monday before our next round of rain midweek.

SEASONAL TO START THE WEEK: High pressure builds into south-central Pennsylvania for Monday bringing dry and cooler conditions. We will feel seasonably chilly Monday morning with temperatures starting out near 30 degrees, and warming under mostly sunny skies to the mid-to- upper 40s.

UNSETTLED MIDWEEK: Our next round for rain comes again in the Tuesday-Wednesday time period. A warm front arrives on Tuesday with a chance for showers, and then is followed by a cold front on Wednesday with showers likely. Highs both Tuesday and Wednesday are held to the low 50s.


We return to more seasonal conditions as we head to the end of the week.

LATE WEEK: Behind the system that brings showers midweek, high pressure builds back in late Thursday and into the weekend with a return to seasonal temperatures. Expect highs through the latter half of the week near 50 with overnight lows near 32.

Have a great rest of your weekend!

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