Wednesday, May 30, 2007


After a couple days of warm, and comfortable weather, things are about to heat back up in the Delaware valley. High pressure now settled over the region, will move offshore Thursday allowing for a return SW flow, of much warmer and increasingly humid air to overspread the area. Temperatures will approach the 90 degree mark for both Thursday and Friday, along with much high humidity levels. P.Sunny conditions and clear nights, but an isolated shower or Thunderstorm can't be ruled out for Friday afternoon.

A cold front will approach from the Midwest over the weekend bringing more cloudiness and some showers and Thunderstorm for late Saturday and Sunday. This should hold temperatures down somewhat, with reading in the mid 80's during the day, and mid to upper 60's at night. However the Humid conditions will continue through the weekend.

Early next week the cold front approaching from the west will stall out, just offshore and moisture associated with weak low pressure over the SE States, will move northward and up the coast. This will allow for Unsettled weather Monday through Wednesday with M.Cloudy skies along with showers and Thunderstorms. Temperature will be Near Normal in the Upper 70's to low 80's during this time frame, and lows 60 to 65.


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