AccuWeather: Summer will linger beyond the 1st day of fall

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Adam Joseph with AccuWeather during Action news at 6 p.m., September 20, 2017 (WPVI)

AT THE SHORE:Jose's impact on our region continues to lessen. A coastal flood advisory is up for the shore and Delaware Bay as some minor tidal flooding could occur again with tonight's high tide, which is 8-9pm on the ocean front and 11pm to 1am in the upper Bay/Delaware River.

HURRICANE MARIA: Maria is now pulling away from Puerto Rico, as a weaker Category 3 storm, but will gain a little more intensity as it moves over the open waters before passing just east of the Turks & Caicos. It then heads northward between the SE coast and Bermuda late this weekend and early next week. From there we need to watch and see if any direct impacts will occur for the east coast. Way too early to tell.

TONIGHT: Just a few patchy clouds and a light wind. A warm low of 69.

THURSDAY: Sunshine is in control. The humidity will drop in the afternoon, but it will stay unseasonably warm with a high around 86.

FRIDAY: Autumn arrives, but it will still feel more like summer. Thankfully the humidity will drop to the comfy zone, so no heat index expected. Look for partly sunny skies and a high of 83.

SATURDAY: What a weekend! We have mostly sunny skies for "part one" with another warm high around 86.

SUNDAY: Summer continues and puts fall in the backseat! It will be hot for the Eagles home opener. The high climbs to 90.

MONDAY: Clouds and sun mix and it's hot! The high reaches 87.

TUESDAY: It's partly sunny, warm and humid with the chance of an afternoon shower or thunderstorm. The high eases down to 85, which is still well above average.
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