We are now 3 weeks into meteorological summer and 1 day into astronomical summer and the weather over the next 7 days will certainly comply , with plenty of summery warmth (but nothing overbearing), humidity and eventually thunderstorms
For today we will see variable clouds , slowly increasing humidity and seasonably warm highs in the upper 70s to mid 80s, a few isolated showers are possible tonight into early Monday with a weak disturbance otherwise variable clouds with lows in the mid 50s to low 60s
Most of Monday and Tuesday will be dry with increasing humidity and increasing temperatures towards the mid 80s for most , upper 70s to low 80s NE PA and some upper 80s in interior SNJ and SE PA points southwest. Low temperatures will moderate to the mid to upper 60s
The weather will become more active Wednesday through Friday as a series of slow moving disturbances bring waves of scattered to widespread thunderstorms with variable cloud cover and highs in the mid to upper 80s , lows in the mid 60s to low 70s and high humidity. The most widespread activity appears to be from Wednesday afternoon through Thursday afternoon , biggest threat will be flash flooding from slow moving thunderstorms
By Friday afternoon it will start to quiet down but the heat and humidity will stick around and we could see a fairly impressive heat spell starting by next weekend as a Bermuda high sets up with upper 80s to mid 90s expected Friday through Sunday and possibly beyond, a few isolated storms can’t be ruled out each day.