UNSETTLED BUT WARM: A cold front brings shower chances on this Friday. The first half of the morning is mainly dry, but some isolated showers are expected towards the noon hours. The midday hours feature more widespread shower chances, with even a few thunderstorms possible. A few of the storms could bring strong wind gusts south and east of Harrisburg. The afternoon gradually dries out. Temperatures are still warm, with readings in the lower to middle 70s. It is still on the breezy side.
WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Chilly air settles in through the weekend. With Friday’s cold front still nearby, a few morning showers are possible along the southeast parts of the area. Otherwise it’s a mainly cloudy day. Another system moves through quickly Saturday evening and through the night. Some passing showers and even a few snow showers are possible. Highs are in the 50s on Saturday. Sunday is dry with some more sunshine. It’s a chillier day with highs in the lower to middle 40s. Both days remain quite breezy, especially Sunday.
NEXT WEEK: Shower chances move in late Monday, possibly lasting through the night. Overnight some snow could mix in, but it is not looking very troublesome at this time. High temperatures are expected to still run below seasonal averages for early April. Readings are near 50 degrees on Monday, and then in the 40s Tuesday as skies dry before daybreak. Wednesday looks dry for now, with temperatures slowly moderating. A late day shower could sneak in, but more widespread showers hold off until Thursday.
Have a great weekend!