TODAY: It's partly sunny, hot and oppressively humid. The high is 95. It will feel like 100 at times. TONIGHT: Look for clearing overnight with gradually dropping humidity levels. The low is a warm 73. SATURDAY: The departing front, being so weak, does very little to drop weekend temperatures.
TODAY: It's another day of sunshine with low humidity, light winds and a warmer high of 87. TONIGHT: Look for another clear night with a comfortable low around 68 in Philadelphia. Some suburbs will dip into the low 60s. THURSDAY: A southerly flow bumps our temperature a couple of additional degrees and ups the humidity a bit, too.
TODAY: It's another day of abundant sunshine, low humidity and a nice high of 82. Winds are light. TONIGHT: Look for clear skies with a comfortable low around 65 in Philadelphia. Some suburbs could go closer to 60.
TODAY: We have plenty of sun, a nice breeze and lower humidity. The high is 84. TONIGHT: Clear skies and cool overnight temperatures on on tap. The low in Philadelphia is 62. A few suburbs could hit the upper 50s. TUESDAY: High pressure is in control.
TODAY: Sunshine mixes with a few clouds. It's moderately humid and hot. A spotty shower in South Jersey can't be ruled-out, but we're mainly dry. The high is 91. TONIGHT: Look for mainly clear skies, somewhat muggy conditions and a low of 74. SATURDAY: The weekend begins with partly sunny skies.
TODAY: A few showers morning showers give way to some afternoon sun. It's moderately humid. An afternoon t'storm is possible in the Lehigh Valley. The high is 89. TONIGHT: Look for partly cloudy skies. It's a little muggy. The low is 74.
TODAY: Look for a mix of clouds and sun with less humid air (South Jersey and Delaware stay very muggy). The high is a hot 92. TONIGHT: We have mostly cloudy skies with a passing shower overnight. The low is 74.
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Selecting a term
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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