PHILADELPHIA - A calm Labor Day Weekend is ahead for the Delaware Valley as cleanup from powerful storms that brought flooding rain and a handful of tornadoes continues across parts of the region.
Sunshine will persist through most of the weekend as conditions stay comfortable and dry on Saturday and Sunday.
LATEST WEATHER HEADLINES
- Tornado in Mullica Hill was an EF-3 with estimated maximum winds of 150 mph, preliminary report reveals
- Ida flooding: At least 43 dead as deluge slams NY, NJ, Pennsylvania
- 4 killed in storm-related incidents in Montgomery and Bucks counties, including woman hit by tree
- Schuylkill River overflows following night of intense rainfall, damaging storms
Beachgoers desperate to soak up the last bits of summer on the Jersey shore over Labor Day Weekend can expect mostly mild temperatures in the 70s with a slight chance of rain on Saturday.
It's likely that we will see floodwaters continue to recede over the weekend in places swamped by intense downpours during Wednesday's devastating storms. Cleanup will also continue in towns rocked by at least seven tornadoes, including Mullica Hill where an EF-3 twister completely destroyed homes.
Temperatures will turn warmer on Monday before rising to the mid-80s by the middle of the week with plenty of sunshine.
FRIDAY: Sunny, pleasant. High: 76
SATURDAY: Sunny, warmer. High: 80, Low: 59
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy. High: 78, Low: 65
MONDAY: Mostly sunny. High: 82, Low: 66