Rain for most of the week ahead

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DRY TO START THE WEEK: Monday starts off in the upper 20s and low 30s with a few clouds around, but increasing clouds throughout the day limits our high to right at 50. We may have a stray shower or two make their way to Central PA late Monday pm-hour-by-hour-csv-drewnight before the main show starts during the overnight of Tuesday.

WAVE AFTER WAVE OF RAIN: While we won’t have a “washout” day this week, the rain will come in waves each day starting before Noon on Tuesday. As the cold front stalls out, spotty showers will be possible throughout the rest of Tuesday before another solid wall of water makes its way through during the late morning portions of Wednesday. That wave will last longer throughout most of Wednesday, with spotty showers possible throughout the overnight into Thursday. Rain totals of 1″-2″ area-wide are likely.pm-dma-nam-rain-total

NEXT WEEKEND COOLS BACK DOWN: We only enjoy the warm temperatures because of the rain, so as the rain goes away so does the warmth. Highs will dip back into the mid to upper 40s headed into next weekend with a bit more sunshine.

Have a great day!

-Meteorologist Bradon Long

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