A cold front will be moving through the Delaware Valley tonight keeping the chance for some showers and storms.
Changes in our weather pattern will occur this week, bringing back typical July weather.
As Arthur spins by our coastline Friday morning, the emphasis of heavy rain will be in NJ and DE. Gradual improvement will occur Friday afternoon as Arthur pulls away and sunshine will return from west to east.
The CBS3 weather team counted over 10,000 lightning strikes since 6pm as storms were still raging furiously over New Jersey. Numerous house fires were sparked by lightning strikes across the region.
A cold front will approach the Delaware Valley on Wednesday afternoon, bringing some showers and storms to the area.
It has been a nice stretch with comfortable conditions the past several days, but now the humidity makes a return.
After a line of heavy rain and some strong showers moved through early this morning, things have quieted down for the morning commute.
Showers and thunderstorms will approach from the west overnight and arrive by dawn on Thursday and the streak of 90s will end tomorrow as a cold front brings cooler temperatures.
Some storms will contain heavy downpours and the possibility of small hail.
There will be a better chance of showers and storms Thursday as that boundary returns north as a warm front, and Friday, as a cold front moves across our area.
A stalled front will linger over our area Tuesday keeping the threat of showers, storms, and localized flooding, especially in the afternoon.
This area of low pressure will track our way late Wednesday night and bring showers and thunderstorms with downpours into early Thursday morning.
A high pressure system off the mid-Atlantic coast will bring in a southwest flow of warm, humid air, Tuesday.
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.
Highs will struggle in the mid-60s and there is a chance of some afternoon showers.