Mostly clear, crisp, rain-free weather will continue over the Harrisburg area into Saturday.
High pressure that had its origins from northern Canada will be in control.
The fair weather system will bring bright, warm sunshine each day.
The nights will be mostly clear and cool.
Patchy fog morning along the rivers may slow some commuters down. Allow extra time to get to work or school.
Later this weekend, the movement of an offshore storm will have to be watched for possible impact on weather and sea conditions along the Atlantic coast.
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As autumn comes to a close, meteorologists are predicting a stormy winter season ahead for the United Kingdom.
An expansive snow event is in store for the western United States beginning at midweek.
Drenching rain will converge on much of the Hawaiian Islands and raise the risk of flash flooding early this week.
Atmospheric conditions over the western Caribbean Sea may harbor tropical storm formation toward the end of October.
Life-threatening rain and wind from Typhoon Lan will last into Monday in Japan.
Rain capable of causing travel disruptions and storms strong enough to knock down trees will push across the southern United States into Monday.
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