Western PA will see some lingering showers this morning before conditions dry out into the afternoon. Partly sunny skies will push into the region on Thursday before clouds increase on Friday and a chance of showers and storms pushes into the southwest PA mainly. Highs in the 70s today will give way to mid to upper 70s on Thursday and Friday. Lows will drop into the mid to upper 50s tonight before mid 50s to low 60s track in on Thursday night and Friday night. The DC Region will see partly cloudy skies today with a slight chance of a stray shower or storm. The chance of showers and storms will pick up into Thursday and Friday. Highs in the mid to upper 80s today will drop into the low to mid 80s on Thursday before upper 70s to low 80s track in on Friday. Lows in the upper 60s to low 70s are expected tonight, Thursday night, and Friday night. It’s hump day! Get over it! Have a good one folks!
- Erie, PA: 65
- Franklin, PA: 61
- New Castle, PA: 63
- Butler, PA: 61
- Pittsburgh, PA (KAGC): 60
- Uniontown, PA: 60
- State College, PA: 61
- Frederick, MD: 64
- BWI Airport, MD: 66
- DC (KDCA): 70
Main threat: Rains could cause for slipp’y roads on Friday.
- Today: Chance of lingering, isolated showers this morning. Becoming partly sunny. Highs: 70s Overnight Lows: Mid to Upper 50s
- Thursday: Partly sunny. Highs: Mid to Upper 70s Overnight Lows: Mid 50s to Low 60s
- Friday: Chance of scattered showers and a thunderstorm, especially in SW PA. Highs: Mid to Upper 70s Overnight Lows: Mid 50s to Low 60s
Main threat: Rains could cause slick roads.
- Today: Chance of an isolated shower or thunderstorm. Partly cloudy otherwise. Highs: Mid to Upper 80s Overnight Lows: Upper 60s/Low 70s
- Thursday: Chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly late. Highs: Low to Mid 80s Overnight Lows: Upper 60s/Low 70s
- Friday: Chance of showers and thunderstorms. Highs: Upper 70s/Low 80s Overnight Lows: Upper 60s/Low 70s
Good News: Drier overall today and Thursday. Temperatures stay reasonable.
Bad News: Wet 4th of July possible, especially in the DC Region.