Tracking a rainy Monday morning
TRACKING SHOWERS: Tonight, expect only a few showers. In fact, we’ll spend much of the night dry. The showers become more widespread Monday morning around sunrise, just in time for the morning drive to work and school.
MONDAY’S SHOWERS: After scattered showers in the morning, we’ll have a break from the showers late in the morning and early in the afternoon. Scattered showers return in the evening–around rush hour. Late in the evening, we get another break before more showers arrive later Monday night.
MORE RAIN: Tuesday’s an interesting day. The models have showers–off and on–mainly to the south and east of Harrisburg. We’re talking Adams, York, Lancaster, and Lebanon Counties. Some spots on Tuesday west and north of Harrisburg will stay dry, but cloudy. You’ll get the drier weather in Perry, Juniata, and Mifflin Counties and in parts of Franklin and Cumberland Counties.
BRIEF BREAK: Tuesday night, the showers–for southeastern PA–wrap up, and on Wednesday morning, we’ll even see some breaks of sun! The sun won’t last long. In the afternoon, more rain arrives.
SHOWERS LINGER: The piece of energy that brings Wednesday’s rain wants to vacation in Central PA. It brings us a soaker on Thursday. Then, it sits and spins scattered showers over us–off and on–Friday and Saturday.
SHOWERS END: Next Sunday, yes, we’ll still have showers. Though, we will sneak in a dry morning before scattered showers arrive in the afternoon. When the showers end Sunday night, they mark the end of that energy’s grip on Central PA. Sunshine finally returns on Monday, May 9th!
-Meteorologist Drew Anderson