WARM SUMMER TO FALL: Drier conditions are in store as summer transitions to fall the rest of the workweek. Temperatures are well above average as well. It’s a foggy and hazy start across the lower Susquehanna River Tuesday morning. The fog is densest along our northwestern spots, so allow the extra travel time, especially there. Through the midmorning hours, the fog quickly erodes. Temperatures begin in the 60s. You can expect plenty of sunshine mixed with clouds as a weak system pushes through unnoticed. Wednesday through Friday the sun and clouds mix remains. Temperatures are in the lower to middle 80s Tuesday and Wednesday. Temperatures are even warmer for the first day of fall, with readings in the middle to upper 80s. Afternoon temperatures remain that warm through Friday.
WEEKEND COOLING: A potent cold front crosses through during the weekend, bringing our first blast of fall air. As the front crosses through Saturday, there’s added clouds and a small chance for a few showers or a thunderstorm. Highs are near 80 degrees. By Sunday, cool, Canadian high pressure briefly settles into the area. Temperatures drop to near 70 degrees!
NEXT WEEK: We’re eying another fast wave with another cooler push of fall air through early next week. Ahead of this system, Monday is more seasonable for this time of year, with temperatures in the lower to middle 70s. Clouds build quickly, and we could even see a few late day showers. The system is out of here by Tuesday, and briefly cools us back down through then.
Have a great Tuesday!