Wednesday, June 06, 2012

June 7th, 2012 Forecast

The upper level energy that's responsible for our fling of spring in early meteorological summer will slowly wane over the next couple of days -- however, there's still a chance of a few pop up showers and storms tomorrow and Friday as the energy responsible for the recent cooldown still has a bit of a grasp over the region.  That grasp has weakened a bit since Monday and Tuesday as temperatures are milder today...but there's enough influence on the weather to keep shower chances around.

Any showers and storms that are out there this afternoon will wane with the setting sun, with skies clearing off a bit overnight.  Like last night, a few pockets of patchy fog can't be ruled out in areas where shower activity today ends up being a bit more chances of fog may end up being north and northeast of the city.   Lows tonight will range from the lower 50's in the Pinelands and Lehigh Valley to the upper 50's along I-95.

Thursday shapes up as a warmer day than today...and with that, the song remains the same in terms of sky coverage and shower chances in the afternoon.  Not everyone gets wet but a scattering of showers and storms can't be ruled out in the afternoon hours as another spoke of upper level energy pivots through the Mid Atlantic.  Highs approach 80 in the city and in Delaware while getting into the middle and upper 70's elsewhere.