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Last night's heavy rain has moved out but we expect another round of scattered showers and thunderstorms to fire up this afternoon into tonight. In the meantime patchy dense fog will be a problem this morning. Clouds will be stubborn today but some sun is possible. It won't be quite as warm as yesterday but still very humid. Highs will range from 75-80 across the area this afternoon. Any storms later today could produce more downpours but we don't expect the intensity that we saw in parts of Susquehanna, Wayne and Pike counties last night. Here some places saw as much as 5" of rain!

Showers and even a thunderstorm will linger tonight, especially in Central PA. Elsewhere areas of fog will redevelop as it stays mild and muggy with lows in the 60s. Some scattered showers are still possible Saturday morning, but we should be drying out in the afternoon. Clouds will likely stick around all day though keeping temperatures quite cool. Highs will only be in the low to mid 70s at best. Humidity levels will drop throughout the day.

Sunday looks much better as high pressure builds in from New England bringing sunshine, low humidity and comfortable temperatures. That nice weather will stick around for much of next week though a warming trend will bring temperatures into the mid 80s by midweek.

-- Meteorologist Dave Skutnik
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