PHILADELPHIA (WTXF) - After a few days of beautiful weather, parts of the Delaware Valley will be dealing with the potential of severe thunderstorms.
Thursday will be the warmest day so far this week with a high of 80 degrees, but we will also be keeping our eye on some scattered thunderstorms throughout the area.
A line of rain and thunderstorms is expected to make its way across Pennsylvania and into the Philadelphia are by mid-afternoon.
The mix of clouds and sun should turn to rain around the afternoon rush hour with a chance of some severe thunderstorms passing through. Those systems aren't expected to stay in the area for very long.
Friday will be dry and cooler with highs in the mid-70s, before things heat back up to nearly 90 degrees on Saturday. With the big increase in temperatures Saturday, there will also be a chance of more scattered thunderstorms.
Sunday's Mother's Day forecast isn't looking to spectacular at the moment, with highs in the mid-60s and showers possible through the day.