Severe Weather Possible Late Tomorrow into Thursday, Fingers Crossed on the Weekend
What a beautiful day we are enjoying here in South Central Pennsylvania and North Central Maryland. We have cloud free conditions on the satellite. There is nothing to concern ourselves with on the radar, and temperatures are in the pleasant 70s. Two back to back nice days. We will attempt to stretch it into Wednesday but it looks like some thunderstorms will come into the mix here late in the day and Wednesday night as another cold front arrives.
Tonight should be mainly clear with most lows in the 50s. Wednesday we will see sunshine mixing with some clouds and warmer temperatures as highs reach into the 80s. A slow moving cold front approaches and this coiuld trigger off some scattered thunderstorms later in the afternoon. Wednesday night brings more numerous showers and thunderstorms but they should be gone by Thursday morning. The Storm Prediction Center has us in marginal risk for severe weather with slight risk over parts of the area as you head more west and south. We may see this expanded by SPC come Wednesday morning.
Meanwhile in the long range keep your fingers crossed. There is a chance we could see a nice stretch of weather starting Friday and lasting through the weekend but it will depend on an upper high building into the Middle Atlantic States. JOESTRADAMUS has more on this in his long range post.