Saturday, June 9, 2007

WEEKEND OUTLOOK: Mainly Dry with cooler temps on tap for Sunday.


After a Hot and Humid day yesterday, A cold front is moving through the region early this morning. This front will usher in a cooler, and drier air mass, as we progress through the weekend, and into the early part of next week.

Today will be rather warm, and increasingly less humid, as highs top out between 85-90 degrees with P.Sunny skies. As the front pushes further off shore tonight and High Pressure builds in from the Great Lakes and Midwest, much cooler air will be on tap for Sunday. With cooler air moving in aloft, and some daytime heating, this will result in plenty of clouds to develop, so therefore skies should be Variably Cloudy, with some sunshine on Sunday. A few Isolated Showers and Thundershowers are possible during the afternoon and evening, temperatures will be quite pleasant, in the mid to upper 70's and a light Northerly Breeze.

Monday should turn out to be a nice day, with P.Sunny Skies as High pressure settles over the region. Expect Highs on Monday in the upper 70's to Lower 80's and morning lows in the low 50's in the suburbs and near 60 in PHL. Once again an afternoon showers is possible in some areas.

Take Care,
Ruggie

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