It hasn't been the most picturesque Thursday and the moisture is likely to hang around for several more days. The thick clouds over NEPA have limited daytime highs to the mid to low 60s along with the inflow of cooler air to the west.
We'll hold onto this moisture overnight which could produce not only a few more showers but possibly a few pop-up thunderstorms too.
The holiday weekend looks OK temperature-wise as the region recovers to the mid 70s but the wet weather isn't going anywhere. Saturday looks to feature light scattered showers while both Sunday and Monday may see more widespread showers (as well as some pop-up storms too).
Memorial Day weekend looks decent temperature-wise too in the upper 70s, low 80s. If you have any outdoor plans or are heading to any parades, it seems the afternoon and evening hours are our best chance for wet weather to ruin the holiday fun.
- Chief Meteorologist Mike Linden
Today's Record Temperatures