People are cancelling their plans because of the excessive heat. NBC10's Pamela Osborne reports.
With temperatures expected to hit the 90s, excessive heat warnings and heat advisories have been issued for much of the region for Thursday and Friday.
Severe storms moved into the region Saturday leading to a ground stop, flood advisory and a severe thunderstorm warning.
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With temperatures expected to feel like triple digits for the rest of the week, the NBC10 First Alert Weather Team issued a First Alert for Philadelphia and the immediate suburbs through Friday afternoon.
The heat really starts to build Wednesday.
Once the rain cleared Tuesday morning, things began heating up.