Overnight Forecast, Saturday July 26, 2014

Overnight Forecast, Saturday July 26, 2014

Showers will move through during the early hours of Sunday.
Updated: Saturday night, July 26th
Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton

Some showers and thundershowers made it into Central PA earlier this evening as the first of two cold fronts moves through the region, bringing rain and some rumbles of thunder. These showers and thundershowers will push through during the early hours of Sunday as low temperatures will morning drop into the low and mid 60s. A few showers will develop and move through Sunday morning, but there will be some breaks in the clouds as we go through the day. Humid air will be around Sunday with highs in the upper 70s and low 80s. The next front will move through late Sunday night and into Monday, with it another round of showers and thunderstorms. There is the potential for the thunderstorms to produce strong winds and hail, but once they move through early Monday the cooler air will start to move in. Some showers will linger into Monday and we may hear a few rumbles of thunder with highs in the low to mid 70s. Some instability clouds will develop Tuesday as temperatures in some locations won’t get out of the 60s. Keep in mind that with all the clouds we’ll see we will be staying dry. The majority of communities across the region will get back into the 70s Wednesday, and temperatures will climb closer to 80 degrees by the end of the week and first day of August. As the new month starts, the chance returns for a few showers or thunderstorms to develop.
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