Harrisburg: Cold Shot Follows Warmest Weather in Months

By , Expert Senior Meteorologist
April 13, 2014; 3:40 AM
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Warmth will hold around Harrisburg through Monday, but the return of much colder air is on the horizon.

Sunday will be the warmest of the next couple of days and so far this year with temperatures expected to rise past the 80-degree mark. Dry weather and a sunny to partly cloudy sky will compliment the warmth.

As some more clouds filter overhead, temperatures will still rise well into the 70s on Monday.

Chilly air plunging into the Plains will swing eastward in the upcoming days.

After blissful springtime temperatures over much of the region on Monday, rain will put the brakes on the warming trend on Tuesday.

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Temperatures on Wednesday will fail to climb out of the 40s. Frost may then form in some areas at night.

Temperatures should rise to more seasonable levels later in the week.

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