More of the same: humid, chance of t-storms

The National Weather Service has issued thunderstorm watches or warnings for the entire southern half of Pennsylvania into the evening, with flood warnings and watches in several northern sections that were harder hit by storms on Thursday.

Severe thunderstorms have been rolling through parts of southwestern and north-central Pennsylvania, prompting warnings set to expire later in the afternoon.

Just like the last several days, the bulk of the activity Friday will come during the afternoon and evening hours, and some locations will get away without seeing anything at all.

Another warm and humid overnight is in store for our area, with lows only dropping into the middle 60s. 


The unsettled weather will extend through the weekend, with a few showers and thunderstorms possible each day. Any thunderstorm from now through the weekend could be on the strong to severe side, with heavy downpours, gusty winds and maybe some hail. 

Otherwise, look for clouds and some sunshine this weekend along with humid conditions and highs in the middle 80s. Very little is expected to change this next week with a chance for some more showers and thunderstorm possible every day.

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High Low
Current 73°F 55°F
Average 75°F 52°F
Record 91°F May 27, 1991 38°F May 27, 1972