AccuWeather: Sunny & Pleasant Sunday

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Meteorologist Brittany Boyer says patchy fog Sunday morning will give way to sunshine and warmer temperatures.

TONIGHT: Spotty showers this evening will give way to mainly clear skies overnight. Some patchy fog will develop late, low 62.

SUNDAY: Patchy fog early, then turning mostly sunny, high 83.

MONDAY (MEMORIAL DAY): Hot and a bit more humid under mostly sunny skies, high 90.

TUESDAY: Plenty of sun, hot and humid, high 94. The record high temperature for this day is 97 degrees set back in 1991.

WEDNESDAY: Remaining warm and humid under partly sunny skies with a stray shower or thunderstorm possible, high 88.

THURSDAY: Partly sunny, warm and humid with the chance of a few showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon, high 88.

FRIDAY: A nice break in the humidity with more clouds than sun, high 81.

SATURDAY: Partly sunny and seasonable, high 79.

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Kim Edwards

You are explaining this nicely, @lifeisanenigima...?. I don't understand some of the nasty remarks directed towards you. I was taught basic weather in science class, in the 7th grade; & this was late 60's, early 70's, before reading "models." Thank you. Good day. 💕

Marilou Roberts

last time they said a lot of inches, Trenton got nothing. I love to watch the excuses they give for telling the wrong prediction and that's exactly what's going to happen here.

John Ensslen

I feel for the Delaware Valley people Especially for the Shore Districts They usually do not have the snow and ice removal equipment has the rest of Delaware Valley Especially for Leigh Valley they are more prepared . Unless we get a Real Nor 'Eastern I have seen less and less of these type of Storms Where Eastern Canadian High sets up and blows cold air down and reinforces the the Coastal Low pressure up the Coastline .


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