Thursday: The high pressure we saw the past couple of days will exit our region. This will allow some clouds to move in by Thursday afternoon. A cold front will approach the region Thursday and that will cause some showers to pop up. Most of us will stay dry Thursday but we cannot rule out a few showers. The warming trend will continue because the winds will come out of the southwest for the next few days.
Friday: The cold front will stall to our northwest. The front will be close enough to bring us clouds and showers. The winds ahead of the front will come from the southwest. The winds will act like a conveyor belt and bring warm moist air into Central Pennsylvania. Friday’s highs will be in the mid to upper 60s.
Saturday: The front will remain to our west Saturday. This will allow the conveyor belt to continue to bring in warm air into Central Pennsylvania. Saturday will be the warmest day of the week. The high temperatures will be in the upper 60s to the lower 70s. There will be a few showers in the afternoon and evening.
Sunday: The cold front will move through and bring periods of rain Sunday morning. The winds will pick up and cooler air will arrive. Sunday will be a backwards day with the high temperatures hitting in the early morning. The highs will be in the 50s. The temperatures will fall throughout the day. Sunday afternoon will be chilly. Cooler air from the northwest will move into the region.