Some scattered showers and storms are moving through the region Tuesday night.
A large dome of high pressure offshore is sending a very warm, moisture-rich air mass our way, allowing not just a spike in temperatures (low 90’s and upper 80’s Labor Day afternoon), but also soaring humidity levels. By Tuesday, a cold front will cross late in the day to at least help wipe out the humidity.
After a string of beautiful Friday forecasts, this one isn’t quite as ideal.
Overnight, the heavy rain will continue to push north through New Jersey, with showers and storms also moving through Philadelphia and surrounding suburbs as a cold front moves through.
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After a few weeks of quiet weather in the Atlantic Basin, we’re starting to see some signs of life.
Around 1 a.m. Monday, the teen center in the day camp area caught fire.
With yet another potent trough digging into the Delaware Valley, a much cooler – and drier – air mass takes over.
Come on, Weather. This isn’t fair, dealing with your issues!
The weather might need a time out this weekend, considering the chances of some stronger storms for Sunday.
Wednesday marks the 13th day of the year where temperatures have topped 90 degrees. This number is actually pretty low.
All will awaken to sunny skies this morning. Those skies will last through the afternoon, by which time it will feel downright steamy! And last but certainly not least, a line of storms will roll through later today into this evening.
Wednesday morning the atmosphere will dry out, sunshine will gradually return and afternoon high temperatures will be comfortable, in the low 80s.
Tuesday will be very similar to Monday, with strong thunderstorms popping up in the afternoon.
According to PECO, about a quarter million of its customers were in the dark then, forcing residents to spend the next week cleaning up and crews fixing poles and lines.