Rain to Retreat by Little League World Series Finale

By , Senior Meteorologist
August 24, 2014; 2:10 AM ET
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While some rain threatens to cause disruptions through Saturday, drier air will work into central Pennsylvania before Sunday's Little League World Series Championship Game.

Saturday's dreary conditions will be replaced by drier and milder weather as the winner of Little League World Series is crowned on Sunday.

As will be the case on Saturday, those driving to or around Williamsport early Sunday morning will have to contend with fog reducing visibility.

Some sunshine will then return for the afternoon, allowing temperatures to rise to the 80-degree mark. Humidity will be lower than recent days, complimenting the weather and the finale of what is always a great tournament.

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