York County will squeeze in a summery, warm weekend before storms roll in during the week.
Under clear skies day and night, Saturday temperatures will hit a high of around 81 and a low of 54, according to the National Weather Service.
Sunday will get even warmer -- it should see highs of around 86. Clouds will roll in throughout the day, though, and showers are likely after 10 p.m. A thunderstorm is possible, the NWS says.
On Monday, which will see a high around 78, showers are likely in the morning, and then scattered showers and maybe a storm are possible later in the day and into the night.
The NWS predicts Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will be alike as peas in a pod -- all have predicted highs of 81, and all have a 40 to 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms.