PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Meteorologist Adam Joseph says to enjoy the warmth and sunshine now, big changes arrive for the weekend.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY: High pressure will begin to migrate toward down east Maine tomorrow into Thursday and this will set up a south-southeasterly flow for our region.
While we will be in the low to mid-80s inland, it will be about 5-10 degrees cooler at the coast. Both days will feature abundant sunshine.
FRIDAY: As we head into Friday, high pressure heads eastward out to sea and a very strong upper level trough dives through the Great Lakes.
This will increase cloud cover for the end of the work week and raise our dewpoints into the mid-60s making for an even more humid feel.
There could be a sprinkle, but it appears that the rain will hold off until a cold front on Saturday. Highs on Friday in the mid to upper 70s,
SATURDAY: We will see periods of steady rain with even a t'storm or two embedded with how much energy will be pushing through. This looks to happen during the daylight hours on Saturday. Highs only in the upper 60s to near 70 on Saturday.
SUNDAY: Breezy and cooler to end the weekend with clouds and sun, high 63.
MONDAY: Remaining cool with clouds and some sun, high 61. A spotty shower can't be ruled out.