SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy and humid with an afternoon shower or thunderstorm in spots (better chance north and west of the city). High 87. TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy and humid. A spotty thunderstorm is possible early, followed by some rain and a thunderstorm late. Lows 66-70. MONDAY: Cloudy and humid.
SATURDAY: Sunshine mixed with high clouds. Turning slightly more humid. High 83. TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy and humid. Lows 64-70. SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy and humid with an afternoon shower or thunderstorm in spots. High 85. MONDAY: Morning clouds and rain followed by a leftover afternoon shower. High 82. TUESDAY: Mostly sunny, very warm.
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy early, increasing sunshine during the afternoon. Turning breezy and less humid. High 87. TONIGHT: Mostly clear, cooler. Lows 52-65. MONDAY: Mostly sunny and pleasant! High 82. TUESDAY: Mostly sunny, turning warmer. High 84. WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny, hot and humid. An afternoon thunderstorm is possible. High 92.
A Tropical Storm WARNING is in effect at the shore as Hermine continues her trek up the East Coast. We will start to see the impact from Hermine with wind and rain picking up at the shore through the day on Sunday. Hermine is now expected to reach hurricane strength off the Del.
SUNDAY: Sun and clouds. Turning slightly more humid. High 90, Feels Like 91. OVERNIGHT: Warm and humid. Lows 66-70. MONDAY: Partly sunny, hot and humid with an afternoon thunderstorm in spots. High 92, Feels Like 95. TUESDAY: Mostly sunny and hot. High 88. WEDNESDAY: Sun and clouds, humid.
SUNDAY: Quite warm and very humid. Showers and heavy thunderstorms are possible during the afternoon. High 88. TONIGHT: A heavy evening thunderstorm is possible, otherwise, mostly cloudy and humid. Lows 62-67. MONDAY: Mostly sunny, breezy and comfortable with lowering humidity. High 83. TUESDAY: Mostly sunny, beautiful! High 82.WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and warmer.
An Excessive Heat Warning remains in effect until 9 p.m Sunday. SUNDAY: Sun and clouds, very hot and humid. A pop up shower or thunderstorm is possible. High 97, Heat Index 107. TONIGHT: Partly cloudy and humid. A pop up thunderstorm is possible. Lows 73-78. MONDAY: Mostly sunny, hot and humid.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny and very warm, but less humid. High 90. TONIGHT: Mostly clear and comfortable. Lows 60-69. MONDAY: Mostly sunny and pleasant. High 88. TUESDAY: Lots of sunshine! Slightly more humid. High 88.WEDNESDAY: Clouds and sun, very humid. A thunderstorm is possible in spots during the afternoon. High 89.
SUNDAY: Hot and humid. An isolated thunderstorm is possible south and east (most of us stay dry). High 92. TONIGHT: Partly cloudy, warm and humid. Lows 67-75. MONDAY: Mostly sunny, hot and humid. Heat warnings could be issued again! Showers and storms are possible by evening. High 95. Heat Index 100.
SUNDAY: Turning breezy and less humid with a combination of sun and clouds. A spotty showers is possible north and east of the city during the afternoon. High 85. TONIGHT: Mostly clear and pleasant. Lows 58-67. MONDAY: Mostly sunny, warm, but comfortable. High 87. TUESDAY: Mostly sunny, hotter and slightly more humid.
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