PHILADELPHIA - The heat continues with high humidity despite thunderstorms rolling across the Delaware Valley Tuesday night.
FOX 29’s Kathy Orr says it will be warm and muggy overnight into Wednesday. An Excessive Heat Warning has been issued for the entire region beginning Wednesday at noon. Heat indices Wednesday afternoon will likely exceed 100 degrees in the afternoon, making outdoor activities dangerous.
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Humidity will also be high and create an oppressive atmosphere Wednesday. Thursday will not see relief from the high temperatures, high humidity and high heat indices. Actual high temperatures should top out Thursday and Friday near 100 degrees.
The heat should abate Sunday as scattered storms may roll through Saturday.