...and now Elliott is liking what I'm suggesting:
For the first time since August 27, 2021, I am now predicting the mercury to reach or exceed the 90-degree mark at Millersville and across the entire Lower Susquehanna Valley outside of the highest elevations (i.e. South Mountain). In fact, it's not out of the question that temperatures reach 93-95 °F in downtown Lancaster, York, and Harrisburg. Factor in sunshine and 60- to 70-degree dewpoints, and heat index values will be in the mid-to-upper 90s in the hottest locations. Because our bodies haven't experienced or acclimated to these kind of temperatures since last summer, it's critical to stay hydrated, avoid alcoholic beverages, and take frequent indoor breaks to minimize the risk of heat exhaustion, especially if you're engaging in strenuous activity or plan to spend several hours outdoors. Wearing lightweight and light-colored clothing is also a good idea in extreme heat. The sultry air mass will remain in place Saturday night and prevent overnight lows from falling below 70 °F in most spots, and I can't rule out a second-consecutive 90-degree day on Sunday depending on the timing of an approaching cold front.