It’s a quiet Delaware Valley morning, but there is some activity looming south of the region.
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.
Monday morning’s temperatures are cool, but daytime highs will eventually warm into the low 80s in Philadelphia.
It is the first full weekend of summer, but it sure won’t feel like it.
The National Weather Service traveled to New Jersey yesterday to survey the damage.
Soak up as much sun as you can get early on today, you might not see much of it again for several days.
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.
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!
For the weekend, Saturday is certainly the better day.
Thursday is off to a wet start. Sunday is unfortunately looking rather soggy as well.
As you head out the door on Wednesday morning, it is going to feel noticeably different than in recent days.
Despite never being a serious threat in terms of typical tropical hazards (wind, storm surge), Tropical Depression Bill is now dumping flooding rains on the U.S. mainland.
Tuesday will be very similar to Monday. The heat and humidity will “stick” around for one more day, and thunderstorms will once again pop up this afternoon.