Scattered storms will arrive this evening, later than originally thought. It will probably be closer to sunset by the time any rain reaches the city. Some of the storms could become severe, with the highest risk to the city's north and west. The greatest threats from any storm will be small hail, damaging wind gusts, and heavy rainfall. Lows will still be on the warm side, generally between 70 and 75 region-wide, and it will remain humid overnight.
Sunday will be a touch less humid, but it may still feel a bit humid outside with dew points in the mid to upper 60s. Otherwise, look for a mix of sun and clouds. A shower or thunderstorm is possible, with the best chance south of Philadelphia. Most places should stay dry though. Highs will reach the upper 80s in most places. A 90 degree reading or two can't be ruled out south of the city.
Tonight's cold front will stall over our area for the upcoming work week. Monday and Tuesday will be humid with the chance for thunderstorms. Wednesday and Thursday will be slightly less humid, but the chance for storms remains in the forecast. We should finally dry out by Friday and Saturday with low humidity.
8 AM 78 degrees, Muggy to Start
Noon 86 degrees, A Touch Less Humid
5 PM high 89 degrees, Shower / Storm Possible
Sunrise 5:50 AM
Sunset 8:24 PM