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.
Wouldn’t you know it, just in time for his mom’s famous tofu burgers on the grill, gloomy Curtis Cloud returns to celebrate the holiday weekend.
Friday will be sunny and comfortably warm in the low 80s with low humidity.
Sunshine will dominate Thursday and Friday, with high temperatures in the lower 80s.
Another sultry day is in store for the Delaware Valley on Wednesday. Under mostly sunny skies, temperatures are once again expected to reach 90.
High pressure is firmly in control across the northeast, and we expect to see lots of sunshine this week.
A CBS 3 viewer had to be put in time out for complaining about Saturday’s cloudy and rainy weather.
After a cool and damp start to the weekend, improving conditions return for the second half of the weekend.
It didn’t feel like the middle of August this weekend with very low humidity levels and high temperatures slightly below average. If you enjoyed the weather, you will enjoy Monday’s conditions.
This weekend the Old Gal seems to be in party mode or maybe she just wants to see everyone in modest swim suits and immodest Speedos.
Incredibly heavy rains brought extensive flooding to the region Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
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.
Some small stream and urban flooding is possible tonight in any slow moving showers and thunderstorms.
After a beautiful weekend and dry start to the week, payback comes today.
The stretch of warm and pleasant weather will come to an end this week.