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Low Humidity Continues On Sunday

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The average high at Philly International now is about 83 degrees; we were just 76 on Saturday afternoon , but who's complaining? Sunshine mixed with fair weather cumulus in the afternoon and low humidity thanks to a refreshing northwesterly breeze between was perfect!

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The clouds will dissipate overnight leaving us with a clear and cool night with lows in the upper 50s; Sunday will feature plenty of sunshine once again, but highs will be closer to the middle 80s(albeit the humidity will still be on the lower side). Come Monday we'll have more of a southerly flow as high pressure pushes farther to the east and highs will be in the upper 80s. This also means that the humidity will be creeping up as well and you will feel it!

We'll finally reach 90 for the first time this year come Tuesday with clouds in the afternoon as a short wave pushes through(I feel that the storm chances will be very isolated so I kept them out of the forecast for now). Another 90+ degree day will come Wednesday with more clouds in the day, but a mix of sunshine and clouds in the afternoon. A better chance for rain will be on Thursday once the cold front pushes through and highs will be into the lower 80s.

That's it for now and remember that you can check out the rest of the 7-day forecast(any time) at



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