Yesterday, we saw rainfall totals from 0.36" in Chambersburg to 1.14" in Lebanon.
Today, we'll get around a half of an inch of rain.
After hours of steady rain this morning and afternoon, we’ll get scattered showers this afternoon. Highs will end up in the mid 50s this afternoon, too.
By 8 P.M. tonight, the showers will end.
While we'll keep the clouds and fog all day, we won't keep the clouds and fog all night.
The clouds will break up after midnight, and we'll see partly cloudy skies. The fog will also wrap up later tonight when we get this drier air.
Because of the breaks in the clouds, expect lows in the upper 30s.
We get colder because of a cold front.
This also means colder weather for Thursday. Look for seasonal highs in the mid 40s.
Also on Thursday, the breaks in the clouds fill back in for the morning hours as some energy passes over us. The energy will even cause a few showers.
Then, Thursday afternoon, an area of high pressure brings back breaks in the clouds—enough to call the afternoon partly sunny.
Thursday night, the skies clear, and we get chilly as a result. Look for lows near freezing.
The area of high pressure gets even closer to us on Friday, so enjoy mostly sunny skies. Our highs come in just a few degrees above average in the upper 40s.
Then, with the high right over us on Saturday, we’ll have completely sunny skies and highs in the low 50s.
Into the mid 50s we go on Sunday with more sunshine.
On Monday, we’ll still have mostly sunny skies, but we’ll go back down to the low 50s.
This happens because a weak cold front crosses over us on Sunday night.
Look for more partly sunny skies on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week with highs near 50.
-Meteorologist Drew Anderson