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PHILADELPHIA (RN) — A cold front will reach the Delaware Valley on Wednesday 25th in the afternoon, bringing some storms and showers to the area.

Wednesday will have some sunshine at sunrise, but the clouds will increase through the day. As the front gets closer, the best chance for storms and showers will be late afternoon and during the night. With all of the humidity in the atmosphere, some heavy raining is possible during the evening. Highs on Thursday will be near average in the mid-eighties.

Behind the front, a lingering rain is possible early on Friday. Then clearing skies and drier air will return by Thursday morning with warm highs in the upper eighties but with lower moisture. Temperatures will stay near the average with clouds and sun Saturday, right on into the weekend, with a small chance of a pop of rain on Saturday.

The US Soccer National Team takes on Germany on Thursday morning, so if you plan on attending an outdoor World Championship viewing event, conditions should be have improved just in time. Keep an eye to the sky for a leftover rain, but otherwise we can expect a clear sky and a warm temperature.

Today In Weather History:
1981 – Late morning violent thunderstorms moved across the whole region. Allentown recorded a gust of seventy-seven mph. Chimneys toppled, roofs blew off, windows blew in, and trees fell. Power was interrupted to almost 100,000 habitants, some for several days. Heavy rain caused mudslides and flooding. Philadelphia measured 1.92 inches of rain.

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