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Watch the updated forecast from meteorologist Karen Rogers and AccuWeather. (WPVI)

Meteorologist Karen Rogers says it turns oppressively humid tomorrow and the start of your weekend.
TODAY: We'll see a mix of sun and clouds as a warm front approaches from the southwest. Highs will reach 90 in the afternoon with noticeable, increasing humidity. There's a chance for a few showers late tonight, especially west of Philadelphia. Tropical Storm Cindy made landfall this morning East of Houston, Texas and we will be impacted Friday.

FRIDAY: We will be watching moisture from T.S. Cindy. The storm gets drawn northeastward along a cold front which is headed our way. This means oppressive humidity for us and the threat of scattered thunderstorms with soaking downpours through the day. This threat likely lasts into the first half of Saturday, until the frontal boundary moves through and the remnants of Cindy pass east. The high: 88.

SATURDAY: The morning hours could be rather nasty with torrential rain at times and a thunderstorm as the last bit of Cindy passes through. Some areas could see a quick inch or two. In the afternoon, the sky could clear from west to east and the humidity will begin to drop. Our high is 86.

SUNDAY: It's a beautiful second half to the weekend, with mostly sunny skies, comfortable humidity levels and a high around 83.

MONDAY: Look for sun fighting clouds, low humidity, and a comfortable high around 82. A few showers are possible in the unstable air as a weak tough passes through.

TUESDAY: We'll have partly sunny skies and a chance for a shower in the afternoon. It's cooler with a high of 78.

WEDNESDAY: Expect mostly sunny skies and a high of 81.

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