It certainly doesn’t feel like July as you step outside this morning!
The storms Wednesday afternoon into Wednesday evening produced an amazing amount of lightning strikes.
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 will mark the 13th 90 degree day this summer, as a typical summer time airmass returns to the Delaware Valley. Southerly winds will continue to bring in higher humidity and hotter temperatures.
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Much like Thursday, Friday will be another great day. Bright sunshine and lower humidity will make for a pleasant end to the work week, with highs in the mid 80s.
Comfortable temperatures will take hold of the Delaware Valley.
Other than a few morning showers on Wednesday, most of the Delaware Valley can expect a dry day by the afternoon hours.
Steamy and stormy will become clearing and cooler by midweek, but we’ll have to get through Monday and Tuesday first.
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With a sluggish cold front finally off-shore, the Delaware Valley can expect mainly dry conditions to end the week and into the weekend.
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