Weather Authority: Rain moves in Friday overnight into Saturday

Friday was much cloudier and more humid, setting up the Delaware Valley for rain to move in overnight into Saturday.

FOX 29’s Drew Anderson says rain may pop up in the region in the evening, but the big show will begin in the early morning hours of Saturday, pushing heavy rain into the area from west to east sometime around 1 a.m.

The rain will push out of Pennsylvania in the morning hours, sagging south as it moves on, leaving the Lehigh Valley rain-free by 10 a.m., while South Jersey and Delaware are stuck with rainy conditions through Saturday afternoon. Temperatures will only reach the mid 70s.

Sunday looks to be the best of the weekend, with sunny skies, low humidity and temps topping out in the mid 80s.

Monday will remain nice, but the heat and humidity return Tuesday.



FRIDAY NIGHT: Rain. Low: 72

SATURDAY: Morning showers. High: 76, Low: 66

SUNDAY: Less humid. High: 84, Low: 64

MONDAY: Still nice. High: 86, Low: 70

TUESDAY: Humid again. High: 92, Low: 74

WEDNESDAY: Scattered storms. High: 90, Low: 72

THURSDAY: A few storms. High: 88, Low: 66


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