Harrisburg: Cooler Weather to Follow a Rainy Tuesday

By Andy Mussoline, AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist
April 22, 2014; 3:24 AM ET
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Another mild day will be across the area on Tuesday, but it will be accompanied by some rain.

Highs will approach 70 F on Tuesday, ahead of a cold front that will usher some showers and thunderstorms into the area, especially during the afternoon.

The wet weather will put a damper on any outdoor Earth Day events planned in the area.

While no severe weather is anticipated on Tuesday, if you hear thunder, seek shelter.

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Drier air will settle into the area Tuesday night.

A gusty, northwest wind will develop on Wednesday ushering in noticeably cooler weather. Highs will be near 60, but the wind will create AccuWeather RealFeel® temperatures in the low to mid-50s.

Wednesday's cooler weather will be short-lived.

A high pressure system will quickly settle back into the area Thursday, bringing plenty of sunshine and light winds. Highs will reach the mid-60s. A few showers could return on Friday, but it will be even warmer as highs reach the mid-70s.


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