PHILADELPHIA - It’s going to remain hot and get hotter, so take it easy and stay hydrated as the fourth heatwave barrels on across the Delaware Valley.
FOX 29’s Kathy Orr says the heat will continue to bake the region until it breaks on Wednesday, as thunderstorms roll through.
Monday will be very hot and humid, and there will also be no chance for showers or storms.
A Heat Advisory is in place for the region until Tuesday at 8 p.m. Philadelphia has declared a Heat Health Emergency until Tuesday evening.
Tuesday will be hot, but there is a chance for some evening storms.
Temperatures drop back into the mid 80s after Wednesday, and the humidity should drop a bit, as well.
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SUNDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy. Low: 76
MONDAY: Hot and humid. High: 95, Low: 80
TUESDAY: Evening storms. High: 97, Low: 78
WEDNESDAY: PM storms. High: 89, Low: 74
THURSDAY: A few storms. High: 87, Low: 71
FRIDAY: Less humid. High: 84, Low: 65
SATURDAY: Sunny skies. High: 85, Low: 64