AccuWeather: Beautiful next two days

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Adam Joseph with AccuWeather during Action News at 4pm on May 23, 2018. (WPVI)

TONIGHT: It will be a gorgeous evening to get outside for a walk, run, ballgame or to finally get the grass mowed! The overnight will be clear and comfy. Take advantage of the free air conditioning if you are not an allergy sufferer. Lows in the 50s for most.

THURSDAY: High pressure moves overhead giving us wall to wall sunshine, very low dewpoints, mid 40s, and temps in the low 80s. If you like a nice warm spring day then this is for you. Pic of the week!

FRIDAY: Winds turn southwesterly and we start to warm even more as high pressure works offshore. We keep the sunshine and dewpoints only rise slightly into the mid 50s. Overall another very nice day with a high of 86.

SATURDAY: We are really heating up with temps reaching the upper 80s to near 90. Dewpoints also rise and we get into the muggy mid 60s to near 70 degree range. Just enough instability exists in the afternoon for some spotty t'storms, but this does not look overly widespread.

SUNDAY AND MONDAY: We will be watching a backdoor front to our northeast. Right now, it looks to stay there and keep us in a warm and humid pattern through both days. With plenty of tropical humidity and moisture streaming northward from the Gulf States we will be on the lookout for scattered downpours through this period. Where they hit, they will be soakers, but this will not be a washout. We should see some breaks of sun from time to time and this will get temperatures to 80 or the low 80s. You will definitely want to keep an eye on the radar though for any outdoor plans. If you have outdoor plans either day, have an indoor back-up plan in place.

TUESDAY: Morning clouds and perhaps a spotty shower subside fairly quickly and we see the return of sunshine. The high rebounds to 80.

WEDNESDAY: This looks like a nice, partly sunny day with another afternoon high around 78.
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