PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --TONIGHT: Any early storms have the risk of producing strong winds and small hail. Not every storm will contain these threats, but all will definitely produce torrential downpours. The atmosphere is loaded and ready to go. Local spots could see between one and two inches of rain. It stays humid overnight with lows in the 60s.
WEDNESDAY: A day of transition! The morning will still feel a little muggy with some left over clouds or fog. Sunshine will break out quickly and a drier NW wind will pull in very comfy air by lunchtime. You will feel a huge difference in the afternoon. The high: 85.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny skies skies are in store, along with lower humidity. The high is 87.
FRIDAY: Once again the humidity increases as a warm front passes through. This will lead to hazy sunshine and scattered storms. The high is 88.
SATURDAY: It looks like a nice start to the weekend with mostly sunny skies and only a slight chance of a thunderstorm in southern areas. The high is around 88.
SUNDAY: Looking fairly nice with a mix of sun and clouds along with low humidity. The high is 86.
MONDAY (FOURTH OF JULY): It looks like we'll have great weather for the holiday with mostly sunny skies and it will be seasonably warm. The high is 88.