An offshore front will be pushed back toward the coast during the next 36 hours and this will increase our precipitation chances through the weekend. Scattered showers and thunderstorms can occur tomorrow afternoon but will become more numerous as we move into Saturday.
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Skies will clear overnight allowing temperatures to fall fast. The low in Philadelphia, around 60, just a few degrees shy of the record low: 58 set in 1981.
Wednesday marks the 13th day of the year where temperatures have topped 90 degrees. This number is actually pretty low.
No break for these two in this weekend matchup.
The Cloud family will be unpacking its bag over the Delaware Valley today. Let’s see what is in their suitcase.
Other than a few morning showers on Wednesday, most of the Delaware Valley can expect a dry day by the afternoon hours.
Steamy and stormy will become clearing and cooler by midweek, but we’ll have to get through Monday and Tuesday first.
The sun will have to battle for air time today, but especially Monday and Tuesday as clouds build and move in.
By Monday and Tuesday, we could be dealing with severe storms either day.
July is off to a busy start here in the weather department and there’s lots to talk about – heat, humidity, a slowing front, gusty storms, heavy rain, rough surf, rip currents, and let’s throw a HURRICANE into the mix for good measure! And this is all within the next three days!
After a pleasant weekend with low humidity across the Delaware Valley, a warmer and humid air mass will begin to return for the work week.
The Delaware Valley is experiencing another weekend with a pleasant air mass as a high pressure system remains in place.
Mostly sunny skies will hold for both Saturday and Sunday with low humidity and highs in the mid to upper 80s.
The last weekend of June is shaping up very nicely as high pressure builds into the region.