Weather Authority: Heat remains across Delaware Valley as NWS issues Heat Advisory and Air Quality Alert

Hazy, hot and humid is the catch phrase for the early June day. While temperatures were in the 90s Saturday, Sunday should see higher temperatures, up to around 95 degrees, with humidity to match.

FOX 29’s Scott Williams says anyone out and about should take it nice and easy, as conditions will be stifling.


The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory until Monday, at 8 p.m., along with an Air Quality Alert, which runs until Monday at midnight. For those out in the elements, make sure you take it easy, drink plenty of water and wear lightweight clothing. Spending time in the shade also works well.

The heat remains Monday, while chances of rain or thunderstorms help to keep temps in the upper 80s Tuesday. Some relief from the heat should arrive Thursday.


SUNDAY: Sunny, hot. High: 95, Low: 70

MONDAY: Stays hot. High: 93, Low: 71

TUESDAY: Chance of storms. High: 88, Low: 73  

WEDNESDAY: Chance of storms. High: 91, Low: 73

THURSDAY: Partly cloudy. High: 84, Low: 72



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