The dog days of summer have arrived in the Delaware Valley. Let’s just hope the bark is worse than the bite!
What a wild Wednesday morning!
Some heavy showers this morning have prompted a handful of flood advisories and even a flash flood warning.
Monday will feature sun and clouds with seasonable highs, but the humidity is beginning to creep back in.
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Tuesday is going to be a hot, steamy, summery day.
It has also been a little misty in some spots, but any light showers have now fizzled, leaving only grey skies.
Philadelphia will close out June on a fairly average note, in what has been a wet and slightly warm month overall.
Tomorrow will mark the 26th ‘leap second’ in history.
Not the sunniest forecast for a summer weekend as a potent storm arrives from the west, bringing with it lots of rain and gusty winds.
The severe storms of yesterday evening are a thing of the past, but their impact will linger for days. There have been pages and pages of damage reports coming in throughout the morning, many of it wind damage.
Wind gusts exceeding 70 mph knocked downed thousands of trees, poles and wires, causing power outages for hundreds of thousands of customers from the Poconos to Jersey shore the Delaware beaches.
It will also be the third consecutive 90° day in Philadelphia, which would make it the first official heat wave of 2015.
Monday is the first full day of summer, and it is going to feel like it!
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