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Cool front on Sunday with interspersed storms

Cool front on Sunday with interspersed storms

A cold front brings rain and thunderstorms to the valley. Cold air sinks behind it, but does it stick around?Meteorologist TJ Springer of his gives an update on cooldowns.



Year. Well, here’s the forecast from weather forecaster TJ Springer of the WGAL NEWS EIGHT STORM team. Conditions are a little worse tonight. There were also reports of some strong cells developing, violent storms rumbled through the valley, and hail. Okay, this is a big chunk. It appears to contain antiseptic-sized aragonite sent from Randy Gilboa. Williamstown, about 40 miles northeast of the capital. There were some other shots sent from Williamstown. This is from Kendall Davis. Looking at that hail, it looks like it’s falling along the deck near my house. There were several cone-shaped stones in Dauphin County that were reported to be close to the size of a golf ball. It’s very quiet now. It seems that there are still clouds left over the city of white roses. As this cold front continued to move south, the situation continued until the evening, but it was still raining at Super Doppler 8. We can see the rain picking up a little in parts of Franklin County and moving into northwestern Maryland. So if you’re driving along U.S. 30 or Interstate 80 and encounter heavy rain, leave the wipers on and the gear up for a while until all the moisture has cleared from the lower layers of the Susquehanna Valley. is needed. So, under mostly cloudy skies, we will still see isolated showers at night. Temperatures are in the mid to high 50’s and you may want to open the windows and let the air conditioner rest for a bit. Tomorrow morning will be mostly clear with a north northeast wind sucking in cool, dry air and temperatures in the mid to mid 60s. ‚ÄĚKeep the sunshine around. The afternoon is not so warm, but it is seasonal. Being there makes me feel a little more refreshed. It’s certainly not very muggy, but if you’re out and about, you’re likely to encounter high power levels of oak, oak, mulberry, and grass, while moderate to high mold levels are all low. Air quality is good. However, sunscreen is required for about 20 minutes in the shade. Well, today the temperature hit the mid 80’s, more than 5 degrees above average. Our lowest temperature was 68 degrees. This was also higher than normal, nearly 10 degrees higher than average and far below the minimum temperature of 44 degrees. Its lowest record dates back to 1929. We officially picked up just over a tenth of an inch of rain at Harrisburg International Airport. . 65 is also the current temperature in Lewistown, heading west through Gettysburg from White River City in the mid-’60s. That’s 63. In Lebanon it is 68 towards Chambersburg. Here is the predictor. Let’s get things moving. Let’s time the rest of the night. You can see the rain showers continuing to the west-southwest, but they are gradually easing. Upstairs energies will keep some of the clouds safe until early Sunday. Then look at all the sun in the 70’s afternoon temperatures. There is a cool and refreshing breeze blowing there. It should be really fun to be out there, but as Monday approaches, it looks like the next front will start moving in from the northwest. And it looks like there will be some more clouds later in the day. Clouds and sunshine mix, and the temperature gets a little warmer. Well, if you’re out to the local baseball game, tomorrow there’s a game between the Revs and the Barnstormers. The first pitch looks really great. The sun will increase and temperatures will probably be comfortable in the low to mid 70s. Our Newsstorm team’s 10-day forecast now shows temperatures returning to near 80 degrees on Monday. After that, there may be a few showers due to the influence of the cold front. The chance of rain on Tuesday is not very high. A slightly cooler Wednesday, mid-70s. and soon came back. Thursday around 80.00. The weather is expected to be around 80 degrees with clear skies for the rest of the week, but then there will be more turmoil and possibly rain late Saturday through Sunday.And while I think some of that rain might linger into early next week, the temperatures weren’t that hot, nothing like what we experienced.

Cool front on Sunday with interspersed storms

A cold front brings rain and thunderstorms to the valley. Cold air sinks behind it, but does it stick around?Meteorologist TJ Springer of his gives an update on cooldowns.

A backdoor cold front is drifting over the region thanks to a low pressure system well off our east-east. The muggy and midday heat will generate a storm that will continue to drift south-southwest for the rest of the evening. Watch the weather as some can go from strong to terrible early on. Hail and high winds are the main hazards in the more powerful cells. As the sun sets, it loses momentum, but a few rains are likely to linger into the night. Temperatures are cooler and more seasonal, with minimum temperatures dropping to the mid to high 50s. Sunday’s north-northeast winds will sink in cooler air masses, pushing highs into the 70s. It also comes with a comfortable feel and lots of sun thanks to the high pressure building. Up in the skies, northwest currents continue to dominate weather patterns, bringing new disruptions. We will be arriving late Monday through Tuesday, with a chance of rain. Humidity doesn’t seem to be very widespread at the moment, so we should still be able to plan for the outdoors. Clouds still linger as the energy lingers in the skies until midweek, but you’ll still see a nice sun mix. Highs will be a little cooler than this system, with temperatures returning to the mid to high 70s Tuesday through Thursday. Temperatures will begin to return to 80 degrees later in the week and into next weekend with more warmth from the south. A Saturday afternoon reading takes us right back to the mid-’80s in partly sunny weather. Another cold front is likely to pass later in the weekend, with warmer weather developing ahead of it. More moisture will flow into the area, making for hotter, more summery weather by Sunday. Showers can come and go, especially later in the day when this cold front passes. Showers continue on Monday, with highs still appropriate for the season. Temperatures are expected to be in the low 80s, with lows in the low 60s. Tuesday will see drier weather as a high pressure system develops from the northwest and a little more sunshine. Highs are likely to peak in the early to mid 80’s. Have a great night!-TJ

A backdoor cold front is drifting over the region thanks to a low pressure system well off our east-east. The muggy and midday heat will generate a storm that will continue to drift south-southwest for the rest of the evening. Watch the weather as some can go from strong to terrible early on. Hail and high winds are the main hazards in the more powerful cells. As the sun sets, it loses momentum, but a few rains are likely to linger into the night. Temperatures are cooler and more seasonal, with minimum temperatures dropping to the mid to high 50s. Sunday’s north-northeast winds will sink in cooler air masses, pushing highs into the 70s. It also comes with a comfortable feel and lots of sun thanks to the high pressure building. Up in the skies, northwest currents continue to dominate weather patterns, bringing new disruptions. We will be arriving late Monday through Tuesday, with a chance of rain. Humidity doesn’t seem to be very widespread at the moment, so we should still be able to plan for the outdoors. Clouds still linger as the energy lingers in the skies until midweek, but you’ll still see a nice sun mix. Highs will be a little cooler than this system, with temperatures returning to the mid to high 70s Tuesday through Thursday. Temperatures will begin to return to 80 degrees later in the week and into next weekend with more warmth from the south. A Saturday afternoon reading takes us right back to the mid-’80s in partly sunny weather. Another cold front is likely to pass later in the weekend, with warmer weather developing ahead of it. More moisture will flow into the area, making for hotter, more summery weather by Sunday. Showers can come and go, especially later in the day when this cold front passes. Showers continue on Monday, with highs still appropriate for the season. Temperatures are expected to be in the low 80s, with lows in the low 60s. Tuesday will see drier weather as a high pressure system develops from the northwest and a little more sunshine. Highs are expected to plateau in the early to mid-80s.

good night!

-TJ

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