Saturday, August 10, 2013

Slicing Humidity, Increasing Sunshine

Yesterday's thunderstorms and tropic-like humidity are giving way to lower humidity today as a frontal boundary responsible for all of that has now slide south of Philadelphia, placing us on the dry and less humid side of the front.

Lower humidity is on the way...temperatures won't drop much in response though as we're expecting mid, perhaps even upper 80's in a few spots by day's end.

We'll see a gradual increase in sunshine through the day, with dew points dropping to around 60 across the region.  Clouds (and higher humidity) may hold south of the city a bit longer but even by afternoon we should see improved weather for the southern half of the area as the front slides just far enough south to allow for comfortable weather.

All in all, today and the weekend looks pretty nice and comfortable! Definitely better than the mid 70's dew points that hugged us yesterday!