The sky has somewhat cleared and dewpoints have begun to drop.
The afternoon looks partly sunny with moderate warmth and lower humidity.
The front that was responsible for the recent stormy weather will cause it to be less humid Wednesday afternoon, but the change will be subtle at first along the immediate coast and felt more across the interior sections.
The temperatures will be no higher than the mid 80’s this afternoon.
Highs in the mid or uppers 80’s will be more common near the I-95 corridor, especially if the sun comes out quickly enough.
Wednesday night, will mostly be clear skies. The late night temperature in the 50’s in many outlying areas and the 60’s in the larger cities will feel very refreshing.
As a high pressure system builds into the Northeast and much of the mid-Atlantic states Thursday and Thursday night we can expect a much nicer and drier pattern to unfold for the remainder of the workweek.
Heading into the upcoming weekend the tendency for this high pressure system to drift to the south and east will cause some moisture to get channeled into the southern Appalachians. This is an area where some showers and thunderstorms can develop on Saturday afternoon.
For most of the I-95 corridor as well as northeastern Pennsylvania, northwestern New Jersey and across upstate New York, the odds do seem to favor that any shower or thunderstorm will most likely hold off until Sunday.