The longest and maybe most welcome day of the year started early this Saturday – at 6:51 a.m. – with summer’s arrival.
Summer arrives tomorrow morning at 6:51am EDT. This is the moment when the sun shines directly on the Tropic of Cancer or the imaginary latitude line 23° 26′ north of the Equator.
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.
The heat will continue into tomorrow and a Heat Advisory has been issued for the urban areas from Trenton to Philadelphia to Wilmington because heat indices (combination of heat and humidity) Wednesday afternoon will climb into the upper 90s.
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.
In the wake of a strong cold front, comfortable weather is back for the weekend.
Some storms will contain heavy downpours and the possibility of small hail.
The threat of showers and storms returns Thursday as a warm front moves northward through our area.
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.
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.
Time to grab the sunglasses and enjoy another weekend of fantastic weather.
A powerful storm that brought flooding rain, damaging winds, hail and tornadoes to the Midwest, will impact our morning commute.