The upcoming days look to bring sporadic weather to the Commonwealth. Monday ends up being the outlier, with clear skies and reasonable air quality throughout most of Pennsylvania. Stray showers pop up on Tuesday afternoon across the state, leaving as suddenly as they arrive. Following a brief respite, showers hit again on Wednesday afternoon, affecting the northern edges of Pennsylvania. After another interlude of sun and clouds early Thursday, parts of Pennsylvania are affected by small showers. These “spot showers” occur on and off until late on Friday. The weekend starts out calm and cloudy before yet another low pressure system brings rain along the eastern counties of Pennsylvania.