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A slow moving cold front will bring some much needed rain to the region later Sunday into Monday, and will also cool things down big time.
Thursday will be another warm, muggy, steamy day. And the final days of May won’t offer much relief.
In short, we’ve got some great excuses to hit the swimming pool in the days ahead, but keep your ears perked! If you hear thunder, always head indoors.
If you have the day off to get a head start on your travel, you’re in for a great travel day.
As we start off a new work week, the muggy, summer-like weather will continue for a few more days, but changes are on the way.
As we begin the third week in May, we will once again stay dry. That makes a deficit of 1.56″ of rainfall for the month. It isn’t cause for concern just yet, but parts of the region are now classified as abnormally dry.
Sun will mix with clouds on Wednesday as high pressure is beginning to settle in behind yesterday’s cold front, slashing temperatures like it were a fire sale.
Temperatures on the other hand are very similar, already soaring into the upper 70s and low 80s.
As we end the first full week of May, the Delaware Valley stays dry and unseasonably warm. Highs will average 10 degrees above normal under mostly sunny skies.
Wednesday is going to be the worst day of the week – you know the weather is getting nicer when you can say that mostly cloudy and mid 70s is the ‘worst’!
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The weather will be on our side for the next two days, with abundant sunshine and highs rising into the 60s and low 70s.
A Freeze Watch has been issued for most of the suburban counties outside of Philadelphia through Saturday morning.
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