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Sunshine returns Sunday and Monday.

SHOWERS END: The never-ending showers finally this weekend.  Once a few morning showers end in Lancaster, York, Lebanon, and Dauphin Counties, we all get dry weather for the rest of the weekend.  We’ll keep the clouds in the sky for your Saturday afternoon.  The clouds break up Saturday night, and we got partly sunny skies on Mother’s Day.  On Saturday, the clouds keep our highs in the low 60s.  With sun on Sunday, we get upper 60s.

We get sunny skies on Sunday, Monday, and Thursday.

We get sunny skies on Sunday, Monday, and Thursday.

SHORT-LIVED SUN: Sunshine kicks off the workweek.  The sun will help our highs climb to 70.  Then, the clouds return on Tuesday.  We’ll even have a few showers, but look for the 70s to stay.  In fact, we make it to the mid 70s.  On Wednesday, we’ll see plenty of showers throughout the day.   Yet, with our air coming up from the south, we keep the mid 70s going.  We take a break from the showers on Thursday.  After a day of partly sunny skies and more highs in the mid 70s, we get more showers on Friday.

We've had cloudy skies for the first week of May.

We’ve had cloudy skies for the first week of May.

-Meteorologist Drew Anderson