Ah, finally, we’re off to the northeast where there has been some weather going on! What, the system is gone? Oh…
At 253PM, ET, York was seeing clear skies and a temperature of 69 degrees. A area of low pressure was finally being forced out of New England ad into the the Maritimes of eastern Canada. Afront that has become more of an inverted trough is angling through the center of Pennsylvania, promising even cooler, drier air.
The high pressure that has been so dominant in the center of the country will finally find it’s way into the northeast and mid-Atlantic, bringing with it sunny skies for the duration of the week, as well as the weekend.
Tomorrow – Sunny, High 76, Low 42
Saturday – Still sunny, High 72, Low 45
TWC: Tomorrow – A mainly sunny sky. High 76, Low 45
Saturday – Sunshine, High 78, Low 49
AW: Tomorrow- Bright sunshine and nice High 73, Low 46
Saturday – Sunny and pleasantly warm High 77, Low 48
NWS: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 73, Low 46
Saturday – Sunny, High 74, Low 47
WB: Tomorrow- Sunny, High 72, Low 44
Saturday – Sunny, High 72, Low 46