An area of high pressure over the Great Lakes region and northern mid-Atlantic States will promote unseasonable hot conditions this afternoon with highs in the low-to-mid 90s. Wear light-colored clothing, drink plenty of non-alcoholic beverages, and take frequent breaks from the heat if you have prolonged outdoor plans. A backdoor cold front will slide southwestward into the Lower Susquehanna Valley later Friday night and Saturday and may trigger a few showers. However, rainfall amounts should remain at or below one tenth of an inch in most places, doing nothing to alleviate the drought. Behind the front, northeasterly winds of 10-20 mph will usher a much cooler air mass into the region Saturday afternoon. After a comfortable Saturday night, a Canadian high pressure system will settle into the Commonwealth on Sunday and bring beautiful conditions to round out the weekend.
|Latest Forecast||(Forecasts are updated infrequently on weekends, holidays and during semester breaks.)|
|This afternoon||Very hot with sunshine and a few passing clouds. High: 92-96|
|Tonight||Partly cloudy and mild with an isolated shower. Low: 60-64|
|Saturday||Partly sunny, breezy, and cooler with a few scattered showers. High: 78-82|
|Saturday Night||Partly cloudy and comfortable. Low: 52-56|
|Sunday||Turning out mostly sunny and pleasant. High: 74-78|