Sunday will be slightly cooler, but sunny.
Tonight: Clearing, breezy, cold.
Sunshine was a bit bashful Wednesday, but it should be eager to emerge by Thursday afternoon. A dry and warm trend is expected through the weekend into early next week. Temperatures fell through the 40s moving through the afternoon.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies and cold temperatures will be around with a low of 32 degrees. You will still need to grab a jacket when you head out the door, because temperatures will be cooling down to the upper 30s. But if the front moves through earlier on Wednesday, highs may only hover around the 60 degree mark for Wednesday. They are now out of the region, but there could still be some slick spots on the roadways this morning.
Mostly fair skies with afternoon temperatures in the 70s were found over our area Thanksgiving afternoon.
Thanksgiving looks mostly sunny and dry. Temperatures will cool down again Wednesday thanks to more clouds with highs returning to the 50s and 60s.
A strong ridge of high pressure is building into the West Coast from out of the southwest.
Sunny weather to continue into next week. We'll see a brief increase of clouds from that, but no precipitation is expected.
The next chance for rain in the Harrisburg area will be on Saturday morning.
Showers are possible at times this weekend, the forecasters said. Expect a west wind of around 5 miles per hour, but becoming calm in the late evening. While this sunshine attempts to warm us up, the wind will work against it. Highs should only reach the lower to mid-50s with some only in the upper 40s.