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Tracking Saturday’s thunderstorms

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We'll have some strong storms with heavy rain in the afternoon.

SATURDAY THUNDERSTORMS: From sunrise through noon, you can track the hit-or-miss showers and thunderstorms on our interactive radar.  After noon, we’ll see more showers and stronger storms.  These strong thunderstorms will have heavy rain and gusty winds capable of producing wind damage.  These passing showers and storms will end from west to east between 12 and 4 P.M.  We’ll all dry out after 4 P.M. and see much sunnier skies for the evening.

Heads up for strong storms on Saturday.

Heads up for strong storms on Saturday.

SUNNY SUNDAY: We’ve got a great Sunday on the way.  Enjoy sunny skies, low humidity, and highs in the mid 80s.  We get the same weather again on Monday.

Enjoy sunny and dry weather on Sunday and Monday.

Enjoy sunny and dry weather on Sunday and Monday.

MORE HUMID: On Tuesday, the humidity returns, and it stays with us through the rest of next week.

Humidity Week Ahead

We get a break from the humidity Sunday and Monday.

DRY WEATHER: Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, Dauphin, and Lebanon Counties are under a Drought Watch, and the dry weather continues for much of next week.  So, you’ll have to water the plants Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.  On Thursday, some of us get a break from watering because we’ll have scattered showers and thunderstorms.  Then, we all get a break from watering on Friday with widespread scattered showers and thunderstorms.

You'll have to water most of the week.

You’ll have to water most of the week.

HEAD’S UP: The best meteor shower of the year peaks at the end of next week.  If you’re out Saturday or Sunday night, take a look at the clear skies.  You got a shot at seeing a shooting star.

The meteor shower peaks next week.

The meteor shower peaks next week.

-Meteorologist Drew Anderson