Thursday is warm and stuffy with strong to severe thunderstorms possible during the afternoon. Temperatures reach the lower to middle 80s
25 May, 2019, 17:58
We're hoping it doesn't last all day on Monday! That dry air is keeping rain away as well, with the chance of afternoon showers under 10 percent for the next week.
For central Pennsylvania, mostly dry weather is anticipated except for Saturday night.
It won't be raining the entire weekend, but Chicago-area residents should keep umbrellas and rain jackets handy as storms roll into the area, said Kevin Donofrio, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service's Chicago-area office.
For Friday, temperatures start in the upper 60s to the lower 70s under mostly clear skies. There is a 40% chance of more storms developing after 3pm but those too are expected to be mostly south of I-80 and be strongest near the Kansas border into Northwest Missouri.
Saturday - Partly sunny, then gradually becoming sunny. This will set us up for a nice day on Saturday, with a blend of clouds and sunshine and mild temperatures. Sunday will also be very warm. Highs in the 80s are forecast for Friday, Sunday and Monday. Active weather continues Tuesday & Wednesday.
You can follow my updates here and on Twitter @growingwisdom. A cold front will move in later in the evening which could spark off a few showers or a thunderstorm. Turning cooler late in the day.
Sunday: Sunshine and clouds. Beaches top out in the mid to upper 80s, but inland areas could reach the upper 90s this afternoon. Watching for showers ending early.