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Weather Outlook for June 28, 2016

Posted: June 29, 2016

Organized, widespread precipitation is not anticipated for the next 7-day period.

While parts of southern Pennsylvania received soaking rains from the storm that brought serious flooding issues in West Virginia this past week, much of central and northern Pennsylvania have seen as little as 25-50% of the normal monthly rainfall for June. Organized, widespread precipitation is not anticipated for the next 7-day period with temperatures near seasonal levels.

A slow-moving front will exit the region on Wednesday, bringing an end to any lingering showers over eastern PA. Thursday will be pleasant, with a mix of sun and clouds and afternoon temperatures in the upper 70’s to mid-80’s across the state. Another front will bring some scattered showers and storms on Friday, but many areas will remain dry. High pressure will build into the region over the weekend, which will bring an end to any showers and storms. A few disturbances will pass to the south of the state this weekend and early next week, and some showers may make it north of the Mason-Dixon Line during this time. The northern half of the state will likely remain dry through the middle of next week.

For updated weather information every weekday, watch Penn State's Weather World on WPSU-TV at 5:30pm and PCN-TV at 5:45pm.

Contact Information

  • Pennsylvania State Climatologist