A heat advisory and Code Orange Air Quality alert are in effect through this evening.
The oppressive heat and humidity that we experienced yesterday will continue into the day today, with today actually being the most oppressive day of the summer thus far.
Hot and humid conditions continue to pour into the region this morning, with dew points early this morning in the upper 60s.
Low pressure is now centered near Rehoboth Beach, DE and is getting ready to move slowly off the coast.
A very normal July day across the region today, and so far the showers have been few and far between compared to last night’s heavy activity.
A very pleasant weekend followed by more clouds and additional humidity on this Monday, but showers have so far been very limited.
Yesterday was simply beautiful across the region, especially the afternoon with near to above normal temperatures for the I-95 and plenty of afternoon sunshine.
What a beautiful start to the weekend today as high pressure hold over us this weekend.
A cold front is edging its way into our area.
We are currently sandwiched between high pressure offshore and an approaching cold front.
We are in the process of transitioning into a more humid weather pattern.
High pressure today will lead sunshine today, but it will be short-lived leading to increasing clouds with a shower or thunderstorm around late tonight and continuing to be in the area tomorrow.