The mugginess will be with us again tonight, and actually for the next several days and nights. Look for a mix of clouds and stars overnight, and in the far western suburbs there could be an isolated shower or thunderstorm. Lows will range from the mid 60s in the Lehigh Valley to the low 70s in Philadelphia.
Wednesday will be another very warm and humid day with a mix of sun and clouds. Thunderstorms will start to pop in the afternoon, but they will be scattered so not everyone will get wet. Philadelphia's high will be near 90, but a slight seabreeze will develop at the Shore so they will hold in the mid 80s.
Thursday and Friday appear to be dry at this point, but the warmth and humidity will stick around. Labor Day Weekend looks to be a bit unsettled as a disturbance moves through Saturday, then a warm front on Sunday, followed by a cold front on Monday. Don't cancel any outdoor plans just yet because none of these days look to be a washout at this time, but we will keep you posted on any changes.
7 AM 73 degrees, Humid
Noon 85 degrees, Mix of Sun & Clouds
5 PM high 89 degrees, Pop-Up Storms
Sunrise 6:25 AM
Sunset 7:38 PM