PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --TONIGHT: Patchy clouds with areas of fog developing. It remains rather muggy with lows near 70.
SATURDAY: It will feel like the tropics and this will get us into trouble as atmospheric energy arrives in the late morning. We will start off sunny, but expect storms to fire up quickly and linger through much of afternoon (if you will be at the shore, they look to hold off till evening). While it won't be a washout it will be widespread and anyone is game for drenching downpours as dewpoints will be up near 70. Even damaging winds can't be ruled out in the strongest of cells. Kind of like we saw yesterday where the heavy rain was the biggest threat and the severe threat was secondary. Highs on Saturday around the mid 80s.
SUNDAY: We will once again see more clouds than sun with a few popup t'storms in the afternoon, though likely less in coverage than on Saturday. Continued oppressive humidity with dewpoints right around 70. Highs in the mid 80s once again.
MONDAY: Look for partly sunny skies with a seasonably warm high around 86. A stray afternoon thunderstorm can't be ruled out.
TUESDAY: We have partly sunny skies with a high around 86. It still remains a little on the humid side.
WEDNESDAY: Look for another partly sunny summer afternoon with our high climbing to about 86.
THURSDAY: It's partly sunny and hot with a possible afternoon thunderstorm and a high back up to 90 for the first time in several days.