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It certainly looked and felt like fall today with quite a few clouds around and temperatures stuck in the upper 60s and low 70s. Skies will slowly clear this evening with temperatures falling through the 60s. We'll bottom out in the lower 50s overnight. Some of the normally colder spots could dip into the upper 40s. Some river fog may develop towards daybreak tomorrow morning.

More of the same is in store for Wednesday with clouds trying to hold back the sun. Temperatures will reach the 70s but no higher. As a weak front approaches late in the day a few spots may see a shower or thunderstorm. The best chance for that will be over Central PA.

On Thursday there still could be a shower in spots as that front moves through. Highs will be near 80 with partly sunny skies in the afternoon. Most of Friday should be dry although we still can't rule out a stray shower or thunderstorm in a couple of spots. Highs will be in the lower 80s.

Friday night into Saturday as some moisture tries to come up the coast we have the chance for a few showers and thunderstorms. Humidity will start to rise again as well.

By Sunday into Monday it turns warm and more humid. So there is that chance for an afternoon shower or thunderstorm in a few spots. By Tuesday the next approaching cold front could also trigger a shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon or evening.

-- Meteorologist Dave Skutnik
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