The summer solstice officially arrived this morning at 6:51, which marks the Sun’s farthest point north in the northern hemisphere. This gives us our longest daylight of the year, just over 15 hours in Philadelphia.
Highs on Monday will return well above average in the upper 80s.
The quiet and comfortable weather will continue for Father’s Day, making it a great day to spend outdoors.
A stalled front will linger over our area Tuesday keeping the threat of showers, storms, and localized flooding, especially in the afternoon.
After a dry and pleasant weekend, the weather pattern will turn more active with shower and storm chances returning.
Sunday will be even warmer than Saturday with inland areas reaching the upper 80s.
High temperatures on Tuesday will be well above average in the mid-upper 80s. The warm and humid air will help fuel some showers and storms during the afternoon and evening.
After a very pleasant weekend with high temperatures and low humidity, the work week will be much warmer with more humidity.
If you are hoping for another beautiful day like Saturday, you are in luck!
A summer-like air mass continues to build into the Delaware Valley this weekend with above average temperatures.
Expect more sunshine around on Sunday and Memorial Day with highs near 80 on Sunday and mid 80s on Monday.
High temperatures return back to average to slightly above average with highs in the mid 70s.
Temperatures will warm back up to near and above average for the middle of the week.
It was a nice start to the weekend Saturday and that should continue.
Today was Philadelphia’s warmest day since early October 2013.