More cool air is headed back to Harrisburg, York, Lancaster and Lebanon, Pa., but there is good news for those who want summer warmth to hang on.
At least two more waves of cool air will roll into the region. One will arrive Sunday and stick around into Monday. Another wave is due in late next week.
In between the cool waves, folks who like warmth and humidity will be satisfied as well with steamy air quickly to return by midweek. Good days to head to the beaches, if possible include Monday and Tuesday.
The passage of a cool front Sunday may bring a stray shower in the morning.
The next front may bring spotty showers and thunderstorms later Wednesday into Thursday. The thunderstorms on Thursday may turn severe.
The vast majority of the time will be free of rain for outdoor plans, high school and college football, farming and construction activities.
The weather at Washington, D.C., Monday evening for the Eagles/Redskins first game of the 2013 regular season should be mainly clear and comfortable with temperatures falling through the 70s.
As far as the tropics are concerned, no systems will directly impact the area through at least next week.
The threat for potentially damaging thunderstorms will shift eastward across Europe through midweek.
The Balkan Peninsula will get a taste of summer through the midweek.
Parts of this week will feel more like summer across the Midwest and Northeast with the warmest days of 2015 so far.
Wind, seas and surf will build in advance of what could potentially become the first tropical system of 2015 along the southeastern Atlantic coast of the United States this week.
Daily episodes of severe thunderstorms and flooding downpours will impact the Plains this week, possibly lingering into the weekend.
Severe winter weather played a major role in paltry U.S. economic growth in the first quarter of 2015, but hopes are high for an increase in spring and summer sales in regions that were gripped by a long winter.
Fallon, NV (1995)
1.92" of rain (4th-5th)... about 40% of their normal annual rainfall.
Lowell, MA (1761)
Five inches of snow. "A very stormy day of snow, an awful sight, the trees green and the ground white. The sixth day the trees in a blow and fields covered with snow", Town Clerk of Ashford, Ebenser Byles.
Great tornado; started near Hungry Town, passed through Nottoway and Dinwiddie to Petersburg and Prince George.