Bill’s Blog: Tracking Storm Threat

What does the weekend forecast look like after some afternoon storms Wednesday?

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Wednesday morning's fog moved out quickly and the clouds that remained gradually thinned out, setting the stage for a nice warm-up this afternoon with sunshine.
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The shift to southwesterly winds will finally allow clouds to break and warm temperatures to near normal.
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Although sunshine is on tap, an approaching cold front could produce strong thunderstorms Wednesday afternoon and into the evening. The storms will move through the Pennsylvania suburbs first.
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The shower and thunderstorm threat arrives in Philadelphia during the p.m. commute.
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The last of the showers is due into Delaware Wednesday evening.
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If we get enough heating in the afternoon to fuel thunderstorms, there is a chance that some cells could strengthen enough to produce damaging winds and hail.
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The chilly weather of the last few days is out of the picture until the second half of the weekend when rain returns.
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Saturday will be the better of the two days with just a chance of showers, but Sunday will be cooler as steady rain arrives.
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The work week starts with rain and even cooler temperatures. A nice stretch of weather starts next Wednesday.
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