Rainfall totals yesterday from Scranton and nearby communities ranged from 1″ up to just over 3″. Clarks Summit had 3.3″ in a short period of time. Not too far away at the airport in Avoca a mere half inch occurred so for that location the summer rainfall remains well below normal. This disparity in rainfall is common in summer due to the scattered and random patterns of thunderstorm development.
Our next chance of rain will come on Friday when a wave of low pressure along a stalled front passes close to or just over PA.
Until then today will remain mostly sunny and tonight will be clear and cooler than recent nights.
Tomorrow should be very sunny along with a slight drop in humidity.