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Region on watch for more severe weather before threat diminishes

Showers and thunderstorms pushed into the area again Thursday afternoon, bringing some heavy downpours and gusty winds to parts of the area at times. 

Mostly cloudy skies will be featured overnight into Friday, along with humid conditions and low temperatures in the upper 60s.

We will continue to see a few showers and thunderstorms overnight and into Friday morning. The shower and thunderstorm activity on Friday morning will mainly be to the south and east of the Lehigh Valley.

A good amount of cloud cover will remain overhead on Friday, but a few peeks of sunshine may be able to break through by the afternoon hours.

We will finally start to feel a bit better on Friday afternoon with temperatures topping out in the mid- to upper 70s and dew points gradually dropping off throughout the day.

Pleasant weather will return to the area for the weekend with seasonably warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine.

Arthur is now a hurricane, and it continues to strengthen as it progresses to the northeast.

The storm will affect the Outer Banks of North Carolina overnight through Friday before sliding off to the northeast.

Strong rip currents and rough surf will affect parts of the Jersey Shore and Delmarva on Friday and Saturday.

Arthur is expected to turn slightly to the northeast and head further off shore Friday into Saturday, keeping the rain and wind impact to a minimum for the majority of the viewing area.

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Historical Averages

High Low
Current 65°F 56°F
Average 75°F 53°F
Record 95°F May 29, 1969 38°F May 29, 1949