Thursday will be a great day to do most anything; the same goes for Friday a virtual carbon copy.
It will be more smooth sailing right on through the weekend.
Sun will mix with clouds today, with highs in the mid to upper 80’s for the main bulk of the Delaware Valley.
Sunshine will continue to rule the sky today as dominant high pressure is in place.
High pressure is now firmly in place, bringing sunny, dry, and pleasant conditions to the Delaware Valley.
It’s been a soggy start for much of the Delaware Valley.
This front will gradually slide further east and move through during the day on Tuesday, bringing showers and thunderstorms to the region.
Depending on your location, Friday’s forecast will be different for you.
Temps are a bit cooler this morning with areas of rain developing later.
Philadelphia has now reached a week straight of 90° days, the longest stretch in over two years.
After a weekend of two more 90° readings, we have now recorded six straight days in our current heat wave.
Once the front arrived Thursday afternoon, it brought a line of showers and thunderstorms to much of the region. While none of these storms caused any major damage, there were numerous reports of lightning strikes and flooding across much of the Delaware Valley.
Expect yet another steamy, oppressive day in Philadelphia.
It’s going to be a steamy, sizzling, sweltering day across parts of the Delaware Valley.
The dog days of summer have arrived in the Delaware Valley. Let’s just hope the bark is worse than the bite!