A weak warm front moved through before daybreak. Dew points have already started to climb and winds have shifted to the south.

The general consensus is a mix of sun and some clouds at times today.  High temperatures somewhat lower than predicted by the GFS (87)- most models are in the 82-83 range and the NBM consensus comes in with a similar range.  The statistical EKDMOS comes in at 83-85.

A line of thunderstorms will develop late this afternoon/evening mostly in the Pottstown/Reading Allentown areas to our west. These storms will intensify and train in the area.  It’s unclear how far east these will move. Some models have the storms approaching Philadelphia about 8-9 PM but diminish in intensity significantly.  Some models keep the storms to our west.   NJ may not see much of anything tonight from these storms.