The region is waking up to some areas of very dense fog on this Wednesday and that is thanks to yesterday’s rainfall, which was fairly healthy in most locations. On average, most areas saw between 0.50-1.00″ of rain yesterday and more is on the way today from another front. Expect the rain to move in this morning and be heaviest midday. The steady rain will then taper to showers late this afternoon and this evening. Expect another 0.50-1.00″ of rain today with mild temperatures in the 60s by this evening. Once the front clears late tonight, expect the breeze to pick up and cooler air to rush in behind the system.
Thursday will be breezy as the storm pulls away and our temperatures drop back to around 50 degrees. The forecast looks dry and seasonable right into the first weekend of December for the holiday parades and tree lightings that continue across Central PA. Some forecast models show rain for Monday, but the details still need to be ironed out. No matter what, the pattern looks more active, and while this week’s rain has helped recent dry conditions, the region can still use more. Stay tuned!