Tuesday, September 10, 2013

September 11th, 2013 Forecast

Humidity returned in a big way today as dewpoints were over 20 degrees warmer than yesterday morning around here as you started the day. Temperatures, also a good bit warmer, will continue to remain warm through Thursday in advance of a cool front that will push through then.

Tomorrow will likely be the warmest day of the upcoming stretch.

With a warm night tonight setting the stage for a run into the 90's for many of us tomorrow, we'll see temperatures only drop into the mid 70's in the city, slightly cooler outside of the city.  Highs tomorrow range from the mid 80's at the Shore to around or above 90 for many of the rest of us. For Philadelphia, a high of 92 is expected.

Most of the region should be dry tomorrow; however, pop up thunderstorms are possible west of the city. Chances for thunder will increase out by Harrisburg, Reading, Lancaster.  These should track northeast and should stay west and northwest of the city tomorrow afternoon and evening. Any storm that does fire could produce heavy rainfall.