PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Warm and humid conditions have returned for our official Juneteenth holiday. Look for some sun early before clouds grow thicker during the afternoon. The high is 89. Thunderstorms are likely later this afternoon in some spots and some of these storms could become severe with lots of lightning, brief downpours and damaging winds gusts.
TONIGHT: Evening storms are possible before we dry out overnight. It's still muggy. The low is 69.
SUNDAY (FATHER'S DAY): We'll see partly sunny skies and it will be dry, but this will not be a particularly comfortable day with significant humidity and a hot high of 90. Sunday also marks the official arrival of summer at 11:32pm.
MONDAY: It's still hot and humid with a mix of sun and clouds. There's a slight chance of a shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon and evening with a high of 91.
TUESDAY: We remain in the same humid pattern and it's even more unsettled. Look for a mix of clouds and sun with a soaking rain at times and another thunderstorm or two. Our high slips to 82.
WEDNESDAY: This is a transition day to less humidity and more comfortable weather. We see quick clearing in the morning and partly sunny skies during the afternoon with a pleasant high of 77.
THURSDAY: The more comfortable weather pattern continues with a sunny, nice day and a high of 82.
FRIDAY: Sun will mix with a few clouds. A late-day thunderstorm can't be ruled out. The high is 84.
SATURDAY: Clouds will give way to occasional sunshine. A shower or spotty storm can't be ruled out. We get another high around 84.
AccuWeather: Warm and humid today, strong afternoon thunderstorms possible