After some clouds stream overhead Sunday, a surge of warmth and humidity will usher in the new week.
A wedge of dry air will continue to keep the rain away from the Harrisburg area but clouds will be around at least through the early part of the day Sunday.
As the weekend comes to an end, some sunshine should make an appearance to close out Sunday.
Monday is when the door will open for warmer and more humid air to return. That steamy air will hold firm through Tuesday and Wednesday as temperatures soar back to around the 90-degree mark.
AccuWeather.com meteorologists are concerned that a cold front slicing into the heat and humid will trigger strong thunderstorms later Thursday.
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As a second storm in three days pushes east of the Rockies, severe and drenching storms will erupt across areas from the southern Plains to the Southeast to close out this weekend.
Despite Tuesday, March 20 marking the first day of spring, it certainly will not feel like it to those in the mid-Atlantic, where a quick-hitting snow event is expected.
Residents in the burn areas around Southern California are being put on alert for major mud flows and flooding as the start of spring is expected to coincide with the return of rain across the state.
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Severe thunderstorms set to sweep through the Southeast from Monday to Tuesday will open the door for a new round of chilly air to invade the region.
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