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