PHILADELPHIA - Rain showers that moved into the region overnight will continue to linger on Thursday with isolated thunderstorms and increased humidity that will make mostly mild temperatures seem uncomfortable.
The National Weather Service says scattered showers are expected to develop primarily in areas south and east of the I-95 corridor during the afternoon.
The pockets of rain could bring heavy downpours at times with rumbles of thunder.
The weather service warns that the showers could lead to some localized flooding in parts of southeastern Pennsylvania. New Jersey and Delaware.
Leftover rain showers will leave the Delaware Valley by Friday morning and lead to a sunny and warm weekend with temperatures in the 80s.
Fans heading to The Linc for the Eagles home opener on Sunday afternoon will be treated to plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the lower 80s.
THURSDAY: Showers, storms. High: 78
FRIDAY: a.m. showers, p.m. sun. High: 80, Low: 70
SATURDAY: Sun and clouds. High: 85, Low: 68
SUNDAY: Sunny, warm. High: 83, Low: 66