MONDAY NIGHT OUTLOOK
A few light and quickly dissipating showers are possible Monday evening and overnight. Temperatures will slowly fall from the low-70s into the mid-60s through Tuesday morning, and we will stay mostly cloudy with just a light breeze.
DAMP TUESDAY, WITH REMNANTS OF TROPICAL STORM FRED WEDNESDAY
Tuesday will start dry, but cloudy. Some sun is likely through midday as temperatures climb into the mid to upper-70s by noon. We will reach the upper-70s during the afternoon. Through the late afternoon and early evening, a few pop up showers, and possibly a thunderstorm, will impact the Valley. Severe weather is unlikely, but more heavy rain, thunder, and lightning are all possible.
On Wednesday, the remnants of Tropical Storm Fred will quickly move through central Pennsylvania. The Valley may get clipped by a few of these showers, however, the storm will have significantly weakened by then, so high wind is not likely. Additional rain could cause trouble in low lying areas where high water is common.
Thursday will still bring a chance for scattered showers and storms as the Valley will feel warm and muggy with highs back into the mid-80s.
WET WEATHER FOR HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL, STORMY WEEKEND
Friday will once again feature scattered showers and storms. Some football games may be wet, and a few may be delayed due to a quick storm. It is looking likely that storms will be short-lived, but stay with the Pinpoint Weather team all week long for updates in the end-of-week and weekend forecast. Scattered storms are still likely Saturday and Sunday with highs in the mid-80s. Monday will finally dry out, but we stay warm and muggy with highs in the mid-80s.