PHILADELPHIA (WTXF) - The Philadelphia region is due for some wet weather as tropical depression Bonnie made landfall Sunday morning.
Bonnie impacted just east of Charleston, South Carolina at 8:30 a.m.
According to FOX 29’s Dave Warren, the center of the storm will stay to our south, but tropical moisture from Bonnie will spread north and enhance the rainfall in our area as a cold front move through the region Sunday night into Monday.
Sunday night will begin not as hot and humid as past days. However, we could still see the heat wave extended north and west of I-95.
On Monday morning, rainfall will be heavy at times with the heaviest rain falling along I-95 and to the south and east. It should not be as heavy north and west, but will still be raining. The heaviest rain is expected between 7:00 a.m. and noon.
Monday night, the steady rain will end from west to eat with some sunshine expected. Showers could develop as the temperatures warm up, but will not be as widespread at the morning’s rain.
Temperatures will remain cool in the morning with the rain and cooler breeze, with much cooler weather expected along the coast with the brief northeast wind. Given a little sunshine in the afternoon, it may warm up quickly and with all the rain from the morning will become quite humid.
On Tuesday morning, areas of fog may develop for the morning drive.
Tuesday night through Thursday are expected to consist of mostly calm weather with lower humidity and seasonable traffic.