By Geoff Bansen

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley will see another hot and humid day to wrap up the work week.

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Friday won’t be too dissimilar from it’s predecessor, nearly a carbon copy of yesterday. Highs will again be in the low 90s, under hazy sunshine. Along with a Heat Advisory that goes from noon to 8pm for Philly and the surrounding suburbs, we again have an Air Quality Alert for much of the region as well. Need some relief? Head to the beach, or hit the pool, stay cool anyway you can!

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A cold front will move through Philadelphia on Saturday. Passage of this front will eventually help to cool things off a bit, but it will first bring increasing afternoon clouds and scattered thunderstorms. With 90° (and an official heat wave) within reach once more, it simply becomes a matter of when the clouds start to take over. Regardless, it will have been a very sultry stretch for many people in our area.

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Highs will back in the “comfortably warm” range on Sunday, low to mid 80s and lower humidity, with a mix of sun and clou