Stepping outside this morning, you may have been confused for a moment as to what month, or better yet, what season it was.
Some small stream and urban flooding is possible tonight in any slow moving showers and thunderstorms.
The stretch of warm and pleasant weather will come to an end this week.
You may have noticed the moon has been looking bigger and brighter recently. A Supermoon will occur on Sunday afternoon.
The stubborn weather pattern that kept skies mostly cloudy with a few showers this weekend will begin to break for the work week.
The rest of the weekend will not be a washout, but the threat of some showers will continue in the forecast.
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.
Kate Bilo provides her weather blog in verse form.
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.