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Staff report
Ella Bahn, 9, shakes the blooms from the Japanese cherry tree in the front yard of her New Salem home Friday, May 11, 2018. She and her brother Henry, 7, were taking advantage of nice weather while waiting for their school bus. It will be a while before Yorkers see another full day a dry weather, since the National Weather Service is predicting rain through Saturday, May 19.

York County residents are probably going to need their umbrellas all week.

The National Weather Service is predicting rain Monday, May 14, through Saturday, May 19.

Rob Radzanowski, a weather service meteorologist, said the constant rain is unusual, but not unheard of for this time of year.

Radzanowski also suggested that voters might1 want to get to voting booths early on Tuesday, May 15, for primary election day because of the potential for a major thunderstorm during the afternoon.

Tuesday will be fairly sunny and warm throughout most of the day before the rain and thunderstorms begin around people's afternoon commute, he said.

Wednesday and Thursday will be cooler with scattered showers, while Friday and Saturday could bring more steady rain with a chance of more thunderstorms, according to the weather service.