***Evening Update by Kurt Aaron***
A weak cold front is moving across PA tonight and it’s producing a few showers over our northern tier counties. The rest of us should remain dry. The temperature will only dip into the 60s tomorrow morning however cooler, drier air will move in tomorrow night. This will allow for a clearing sky Thursday evening and dropping temperatures, dipping into the middle 50s by Friday morning. Another cold front will approach Saturday and stall over our region for the weekend. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely Saturday and Sunday along with cooler temperatures Sunday into Monday. Warmer weather returns later next week!
Tonight – Partly cloudy with a passing shower across northern PA. Low of 65.
Thursday – Mix of sun and clouds with an isolated shower. High of 85.
Thu Night – Clear and cooler. Low of 55.
Friday – Mostly sunny and warm. High of 85.
Saturday – Partly sunny with scattered showers and thunderstorms. High of 80.
Sunday – Mostly cloudy and cooler with scattered showers. High of 71.
The night ahead will be a quiet night with just some lingering clouds, hazy moonlight, fog and no wind. The full moon is next Tuesday
Under partly sunny skies tomorrow less humid air will start to trickle during the afternoon setting us up for a clear and much cooler night tomorrow night. Friday will be dry and over the weekend an approaching cold front will bring rain anytime from Saturday afternoon into early Sunday morning. That front should come thru Saturday night when the chance of rain will greatest..