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Excessive Heat Watch in effect for the weekend

EYEWITNESS NEWS (WBRE/WYOU) — A Heat Advisory is in effect for the area through Friday night and an Excessive Heat Watch is in effect for portions of the area Saturday and Sunday.

At times, it will feel like it’s 95° to 105° Saturday and Sunday.

Thursday will be warm and muggy with lows in the upper 60s and lower 70s.

An isolated shower or thunderstorm is also possible for Thursday.

Friday, Saturday, and Sunday will give us similar weather. Each day will be hot and humid.

Afternoon temperatures will be in the lower and middle 90s.

Heat Alert: Hot weather expected through the weekend in NEPA

EYEWITNESS NEWS (WBRE/WYOU) — Northeastern and central Pennsylvania are experiencing the third day of above-average temperatures.

Heat advisories remain in effect for all of northeastern and central Pennsylvania Wednesday. Be sure to take extra precautions if you plan to be outdoors for an extended amount of time. We'll have another hot and humid day with a mix of clouds and sunshine.

How much will it rain on Friday in PA?

EYEWITNESS WEATHER (WBRE/WYOU) — We'll have some sunshine to start this morning out ahead of rains and storms during the afternoon on Friday.

Scattered showers and storms are expected, generally for the afternoon and evening.

Friday will bring scattered showers and storms, mainly for the afternoon and evening. A few storms have the potential to become strong to severe, with damaging wind gusts as the primary threats. In addition, downpours and some small hail are possible. 

Unsettling weather patterns expected in PA

EYEWITNESS WEATHER (WBRE/WYOU) — An unsettled weather pattern continues over the next few days for Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania.

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It will be warm and muggy Thursday with a few showers and thunderstorms throughout the day. While there will be dry breaks here and there, any thunderstorms may produce strong wind gusts and downpours.

Once the cold front passes overnight, it will become less humid and cooler.

Weather Alerts

25 are dead across the US after weekend tornadoes. Texas is getting battered again


Damaging winds and hail have pelted north Texas as much of the U.S. recovers from severe weather that killed at least 25 people during the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Widespread power outages were reported in the region that includes Dallas and Fort Worth. An early-season heat wave is adding to the misery. The weekend's destructive storms caused deaths in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kentucky. A possible tornado damaged a high school and a half-dozen homes in Pennsylvania on Monday night. It has been a grim month of tornadoes and severe weather in the nation’s midsection.


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