The taste of summer is still in the air as high pressure over the Western Atlantic Ocean continues to usher in very warm and humid conditions for the first week of September. A passing shower or thunderstorm is possible heading into the evening hours as a weak cold front slides through our region. This front will slowly sag to the south bringing less humid and more seasonable temperatures for our region on Wednesday and Thursday. A warm front will cross Pennsylvania during the day on Thursday, giving the area another chance to reach ninety degrees by Friday.

This afternoon: Warm and humid with a mix of clouds and sun. High: Near 90

Tonight: Chance of a shower or thunderstorm this evening with skies clearing late. Low: 62 - 66

Wednesday: Mostly sunny, seasonable, and slightly less humid. High: 82 - 86

Wednesday Night: Mainly clear and comfortable. Low: 60 - 64

Thursday: A mix of clouds and sun with milder conditions. High: 84 - 88

Issued: Tuesday, September 02, 2014 at 12:40 PM.
Student Meteorologists
Bludis, Morganti, Patton