After the Eclipse: Storms Threaten Ahead of Fall-Like Temps This Week

NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Bill Henley has his eyes on the sky this week that starts with a solar eclipse Monday and includes plenty of cloud cover later in the week. Here's what to expect.

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The stage is set for the solar eclipse Monday afternoon.
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Skies won't be completely clear, but with partly to mostly sunny conditions, good viewing is expected for the duration of the eclipse.
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All neighborhoods warm into the 80s Monday, with chance of late afternoon thunderstorms in a few spots.
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Futurecast shows the chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms late Monday afternoon and evening.
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A storm could pop up near Philadelphia after dark.
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Tuesday will see southwesterly winds pump up the heat and the humidity.
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In fact, Tuesday will be the hottest day of the week by far. By the end of the week, it will be fall-like.
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Late Tuesday, showers and thunderstorms are likely in the Lehigh Valley, and the Pennsylvania suburbs. These storms could be strong.
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Check in with the NBC10 app to see if storms are nearing you.
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There is a potential for storms.
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Storms will clear out for partly sunny skies Wednesday, followed by fall-like weather into next week
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