Although there’s a “back-door” style cool front that is pressing southward along the East Coast early in the morning, it will probably not have any major impact on our temperature profile Thursday. Just like Wednesday, we envision that temperatures will wind up within a couple of degrees of 80, and also near record levels for Thursday’s date.
There will, however, be a shower and thunderstorm in a few spots Thursday afternoon, night and Friday. As an impulse of upper-level energy currently causing some showers and thunderstorms in Ohio heads eastward, it should trigger some additional convection later Thursday.
Then Friday, the focal point of shower and thunderstorm activity should be that aforementioned cool front — which should become STATIONARY over Delaware and extreme South Jersey. It will still probably reach the mid and upper 70s, and Saturday will be a little cooler than Friday.
But once winds shift around to the south and southwest once again, it will become warmer on Sunday and even more so early next week. Have a good day!