Managing Harrisburg’s May Weather
At the end of May, the city of Harrisburg, PA, encountered substantial storms causing damage in certain areas including destroyed trees as well as “deep street water in low lying areas.” There were substantial rain storms and thunder that really impacted the city, to such an extent that public services were required including the city police, fire and public works departments. It seemed that Front Street was most affected as well as the mid-town and uptown areas. But things were not looking that pretty for Green Street or Division Street either which had to be closed. It is anticipated that Harrisburg will be encountering prolonged power outages too, which of course have also led to traffic problems. Many of the city’s traffic lights will just be flashing so Harrisburg inhabitants have been advised to only drive if absolutely necessary. Even though the worst of the damage from the storm is now over, there is still the matter of clean-up to consider.
Calmer Seas Ahead for Harrisburg
Now though, it looks like things will be heating up in the Harrisburg, PA area. Indeed, it looks like the temperature in the region is set to rise in the next few days, with highs reaching into the 90s. By the end of the week, it will cool down but it is unlikely that the area will have to encounter yet another tough storm so Harrisburg residents can continue on their day-to-day activities as normal. Still, even if the temperature is on the rise, there is still the possibility of winds and clouds so it might not be quite time to head out for a picnic.