PHILADELPHIA - Friday proved to be cloudy and muggy, with scattered showers across the region.
Friday night may see some lingering showers and a few thunderstorms north and west of Philadelphia, while dense fog is likely to develop at the Jersey shore, as temperatures will dip into the low to mid 60s, staying mild. The National Weather Service has issued a Dense Fog Advisory for portions of Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, Ocean and Salem counties in New Jersey and all of Delaware until Saturday, at noon.
FOX 29’s Scott Williams says humid conditions and rain chances stretch through the weekend and into Monday.
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Saturday, the rain chances pick up. While it won’t be a washout, the increased chance of seeing rain is there. Temperatures should top out in the mid 70s.
Sunday will see reduced rain chances, though the muggy feel remains, with highs possibly reaching the lower 80s. Some storms could pop-up in the dinner hour.
The pollen count, for those who suffer, looks to be on the rise, beginning Saturday.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Clouds and showers. Low: 63
SATURDAY: Scattered showers. High: 75, Low: 64
SUNDAY: Isolated storm. High: 82, Low: 65
MONDAY: Evening storms. High: 85, Low: 59