Excessive heat warning issued as temperatures set to hit 97 degrees across Delaware Valley

Heat and humidity will continue Tuesday before midweek storms bring cool temperatures and relief to the Delaware Valley. 

Winds to the southwest are pumping the area with more heat for the eighth day of a heatwave, according to FOX 29's Sue Serio. 

Forecasters say pop-up storms could hit the area Tuesday afternoon or evening. 

Tuesday's temperatures are expected to hit the 90s, but conditions will cause it to feel hotter than 100 degrees by 11 a.m. 

An Excessive Heat Warning has been issued from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday for parts of the Delaware Valley.

Wednesday could be the ninth day of the heatwave if temperatures reach 90 degrees before scattered storms move in. 

Looking ahead, temperatures will cool by Thursday and linger in the 80s for several days. 

The weekend is expected to be sunny and pleasant. 



TUESDAY: Hot, p.m. storms. High: 97, Low: 80

WEDNESDAY: Scattered storms. High: 90, Low: 77

THURSDAY: A.m. rain, p.m. sun. High: 88, Low: 75

FRIDAY: Less humid. High: 84, Low: 70

SATURDAY: Sunny, pleasant. High: 83, Low: 65

SUNDAY: Sunny, pleasant. High: 86, Low: 64

MONDAY: Still nice. High: 86, Low: 68