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Tonight: Partly cloudy, warm and humid with a shower or t-storm in spots. Low: 66

Saturday: Hot and humid with sun and clouds and an isolated shower or t-storm in the afternoon (especially in the Poconos). High: 92

Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, warm, and sticky. Low: 66

High temperatures on Friday ended up near 90 degrees for the second day in a row. The warm conditions will stick around over night too as lows only fall into the mid 60s. Along with the warmth look for partly cloudy and possibly a shower (maybe with a few rumbles of thunder) in spots early.

Just like the last two days the Memorial Day Weekend will be really warm as well, that is until we get to Memorial Day itself. Highs Saturday and Sunday will be up near 90 degrees with more humidity than we experienced on Thursday and Friday. Skies will be a mix of sun and clouds both days and while both days will mainly be dry an isolated shower or thunderstorm on Saturday and a shower or thunderstorm to the north and west on Sunday are not out of the question. The best chance for those showers and thunderstorms both days will come during the afternoon and evening, but again most of the weekend is expected to be dry.

Sunday night into Monday morning appears like the time when the showers will become more frequent. That activity will then continue into Monday with a thunderstorm mixing in at times. Even Monday won't be a washout, but it will be more active than the other days over the holiday weekend. Memorial Day will remain humid, but with the showers and more clouds highs will only make it back to around 80 degrees.

Over the Memorial Day Weekend many eyes will also be focused an area just off the southeastern coast of the United States. That area has an extremely high potential for a tropical system to form there over the next several days, so stay tuned. 

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