The hottest temperatures the Philadelphia region has experienced in years are descending on our region through the weekend, leading to dangerous conditions.
More drenching downpours are hitting our region, causing flooding in some neighborhoods as a sweltering heat wave continues.
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The hottest temperatures we have seen in years are rolling into the area this week, building to dangerous heat levels that have communities on alert.
Counties in our area have designated certain buildings as cooling centers, or free, air-conditioned buildings for people to escape the heat wave. Here is the full list of where you can cool off.
The hottest temperatures we have seen in years will roll into the area this week and build to dangerous heat levels by the weekend.
The tropical humidity and heat will hit its peak Friday and Saturday as the post-July 4th weekend starts with possible downpours and thunderstorms.
A dome of high pressure is parked over the region allowing temperatures to once again reach the 90s with high humidity.
Don't forget the hats and sunscreen to start the shortened work/school week. Tuesday marks the second day of an expected heat wave.
Humidity and heat are combining to create oppressive conditions for a second day in the Philadelphia region.
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