Despite Some Clouds, Dry Conditions Expected Through the Weekend

By Geoff Bansen

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Much like Thursday, Friday will be another great day. Bright sunshine and lower humidity will make for a pleasant end to the work week, with highs in the mid 80s.

Philly — 85
Shore — 80
Poconos — 75

The weekend in one word? ‘Okay’. We’re not expecting any precipitation, but there will be lots of clouds around, as a disturbance lurks to out south. However, there will likely also be a peeks of sun, more so on Sunday.

We have only seen 0.05″ of rain on weekends since the start of June, a stat likely to remain unchanged.

Looking ahead to next week, the heat and humidity returns, with a shot of showers and thunderstorms by midweek.

Have a great weekend!

Today In Weather History:
1936 — Hail damage occurred in Mercer and Burlington Co, NJ, as a cold front ended 10 days of extreme heat.
1984 — An F2 tornado moved NE into Greenwood, Sussex Co, DE, damaging an elementary school.
1997 — Severe thunderstorms raked parts of Eastern PA, NJ, and adjacent NY, with hundreds of thousands losing power. Many roads in Morris Co, NJ, were blocked by fallen trees and power lines. Wind gusts to 65 mph blew a 13″ bass out of Budd Lake.

Watch & Listen LIVE