Tuesday, June 5, 2007

PLEASANT WEATHER ON THE WAY: For Wednesday and Thursday.

A Cold front will move through the area tonight followed by a High Pressure system for Wednesday and Thursday. This will usher in much cooler and less humid air for both days. M.Sunny days and Clear cool nights are on tap, with Highs in the Mid 70's on Wednesday and Upper 70's to lower 80's for Thursday. Overnight lows will be quite cool, in the Upper 40's to low 50's in the Suburbs and near 55 in PHL. The Humidity levels will also be low and very comfortable, so therefor we can expect pleasant conditions.

However on Friday temperatures and Humidity levels will quickly rise, as the High Pressure system exits off the Mid Atlantic coast, and heads Offshore. A strong Southwest flow will develop in our region due too this exiting High and a cold front approaching from the Midwest. Temperatures on Friday will be in the Upper 80's to lower 90's with P.Sunny skies. Some showers and Thunderstorms will develop later Friday Night ahead of, and along a cold front that will cross our region later Friday night or early Saturday morning.

Behind this frontal system, more seasonable conditions will return for the weekend, as temperatures on Saturday will be in the mid 80's and even cooler on Sunday in the low 80's. Both days will be breezy and less humid under P.Sunny Skies and Fair conditions at night.

Take Care,
Ruggie

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