It’s a clear calm morning in central PA, the same can’t be said for our friends to the south as Hurricane Irma blows herself out over the deep south. High pressure stationed over Pennsylvania will keep us sunny and dry with areas of fog in the cooler valleys this morning. The satellite view shows high clouds from Irma drifting northward into West Virginia but the nearest rain is in Georgia and South Carolina. Later today some high thin clouds will drift into the Laurel Highlands and south central PA dimming the sun this afternoon. Temperatures today will reach seasonable levels in the low to middle 70s. Mostly cloudy tonight and not quite as cool with lows in the upper 40s to mid 50s. Light rain and drizzle will develop tomorrow and linger for the rest of the week as the remnants of Irma move through. Expect very little change in our weather with temperatures in the low to mid 70s with showers and drizzle every day this week.