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  • Warm with showers Sunday

        WEEKEND WARMTH CONTINUES The last weekend of summer is upon us, and it continues to feel warm through the rest of the weekend. Overnight expect partly clear skies throughout our area. Some patchy fog develops late. Low temperatures fall into the upper 50s to lower 60s. Our next shower and thunderstorm chance comes Sunday with an approaching cold front. Expect the rain chances to increase through the afternoon from west to east. It’s an unseasonably warm day, with […]

  • Warming into the weekend

        BRIEF COOLING High pressure sitting directly to our north brings in cooler air for the end of the work week. It’s a chilly morning, with some hazy and foggy spots. Otherwise, expect plenty of sunshine through the day. The clouds do start to build during the afternoon hours, with a shift in flow to the east. Highs reach the upper 60s to lower 70s. Overnight, clouds continue to thicken. An east/southeast flow helps bring in more moisture, so […]

  • Overnight showers and more fall air

          PASSING SHOWERS/MORE FALL FEEL After a dry and cool afternoon, expect the clouds to thicken through the evening as our next cold front approaches. Showers enter the region after midnight, with lows falling into the 50s. A few showers linger a bit after daybreak. Otherwise, clouds quickly clear by mid morning. Plenty of sunshine is expected into the afternoon, with a few passing clouds. Highs are in the upper 60s to lower 70s.     DRY & […]

  • More chill ahead tonight

          ANOTHER CHILLY NIGHT After a cool day with a fall feel, expect the chill in the air to remain through the night. Temperatures are quick to fall into the 50s this evening under mostly clear skies. Quiet conditions and light to calm northerly winds allow temperatures to plummet once again. Expect readings to fall into the 40s for most across our region. Add the extra blanket!     FALL FEEL CONTINUES The unseasonably cool September air continues […]

  • Sunshine returns, unseasonably cool air stays

          SUN RETURNS An exiting system takes the clouds with it into the evening hours. Skies clear quickly overnight and high pressure builds into the region. This brings a reinforcing cool shot of air for Sunday. There’s plenty of sunshine along with some clouds. It’s another autumn like day, with highs in the middle 60s to near 70 degrees.     FALL FEEL CONTINUES The unseasonably cool September air continues into next week. Expect sunshine on Monday, with […]

  • Clouds build with showers for Saturday

          COOL WITH BUILDING CLOUDS It’s been a nice taste of fall across our region today, and it won’t leave any time soon. However, our next system increases and thickens up the clouds through the night. It’s a calm and quiet overnight period, with lows falling into the lower to middle 50s. A few foggy spots could form close to day break as we shift from a northerly to easterly flow.     50/50 WEEKEND By mid morning, […]

  • Football forecasts leading into the weekend

      The football schedule for the area is busy leading into the weekend!   A much anticipated rivalry game takes place Thursday evening in Baltimore. The Ravens go head-to-head with the Steelers at M&T Bank stadium. Are you heading to the game? Be sure to bring an umbrella! There could still be a lingering shower or two leading into game time. The threat for showers ends quickly, and clearer skies are expected through much of the game. Temperatures hold steady […]

  • Event forecast: York Fair and The Hotel Hershey Food and Wine Festival

      There are always plenty of exciting events throughout Central Pennsylvania. After shower chances Thursday, conditions improve Friday. The Thursday forecast for the York Fair brings a few showers, perhaps a thunderstorm. Be sure to bring the umbrella just in case if you plan to take in part in some of the excitement and entertainment. Skies are expected to dry out late in the day. Temperatures fall into the 60s through the evening.   The Hotel Hershey Food and Wine […]

  • Three years since 2011 Flood

          It’s been three years since flood waters inundated the Susquehanna River, bringing one of the most historic floods experienced along the basin.   The unprecedented weather setup brought “training.” This is what meteorologists refer to as a stream of moisture that stayed in place for hours upon hours, with little to no break from the heavy tropical rainfall.   Old record river levels were shattered along the northern branch of the river, located in the southern tier […]

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