TONIGHT: We are watching a nice cluster of t'storms in western NY State near the Pa. border as it advances east-southeastward. It appears that part of this complex, while weakening, will cross through the Poconos and Lehigh Valley with an outside chance of reaching as far south as Philadelphia during the early evening. Otherwise it is warm, humid, and partly cloudy overnight. Lows in the 70s.FRIDAY/SATURDAY: Little relief comes in behind tonight's boundary.
TONIGHT: The Summer muggies hang on overnight under a partly cloudy sky. There could be an isolated storm here or there early in the evening. Lows in the 70s.THURSDAY & FRIDAY: It will be very uncomfortable first thing in the morning. It will already feel like 93 at 10am, and will only rise further in the afternoon. The heat warning goes into effect at noon Thursday and will last right through Friday 8pm. The hazy sky will send temps to the middle 90s and heat indicies into the 100s both afternoons.
A ridge of high pressure is set up over the central U.S. where the highest heat is located. Riding up and around that high is what is called the ring of fire where temps are hot, but not extreme and the threat of disturbances triggering t'storms exists almost every day. This is the zone where we will be located over the next few days meaning we will see very little change in our day to day weather.TONIGHT: Warm, muggy, and little in the way of relief.
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