Saturday, June 16, 2007


The Delaware Valley Region will experience it's first stretch of Hot Weather Sunday through Wednesday. A Large Upper Level Ridge and High Pressure now in the Southern US, will slide Eastward early this week, bringing with it, a Southwest flow of , Hot but Dry conditions to the region. The pesky Cut off low that has been positioned off the New England coast, over the past week has weakened and is moving east. This has brought us pleasant temperatures along with bouts of showers and thunderstorms.

We're now in line for a pattern change to Hot and Dry weather into mid-week with higher humidity levels. This all Starts on Sunday as most areas will see temperatures reach 90 with M.Sunny skies.

Monday and Tuesday: Expect M.Sunny Skies along with Fair conditions at Night. Highs will range between 90 to 94 and Lows of 68 to 73.

Wednesday: More clouds with some sunshine, Showers and Thunderstorms are possible later in the day and at night. Highs will be near 90 to the lower 90's in the southern parts of the region.

A cold front will move through the areas Later Tuesday night and Wednesday, bringing a return to more pleasant conditions later in the week, and into next weekend. Highs will likely drop to more comfortable reading of 80 to 85 and lows near 60 as a fresh Canadian Air mass and trough visit the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions.

Take Care,

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