Harrisburg: Sunshine to Warm Start of June

By , Senior Meteorologist
June 1, 2014; 3:31 AM ET
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Sunshine and seasonable warmth will usher in the start of June for Harrisburg.

Sunday will feature bright sunshine and no threat of rain throughout the Northeast with an area of high pressure in control.

Temperatures will rise to the upper 70s as humidity remains low.

Anyone planning to spend the first day of June should remember to take preventive measures against the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays.

Further warming will occur Monday through Tuesday with highs in the 80s.

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Humidity will also gradually increase these days, but dry weather from Sunday will hold through Monday.

Tuesday is when showers and thunderstorms will return. AccuWeather.com meteorologists are concerned that some of the thunderstorms may turn severe with damaging winds.

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