TODAY: Mostly sunny, very warm and more humid. High: 89
TONIGHT: Mainly clear, warm, and rather humid. Low: 65
THURSDAY: Hot and humid with plenty of sunshine; becoming breezy with a stray late-day shower or t-storm. High: 91 Low: 66
Temperatures will be soaring into the upper 80s to nearly 90 degrees today with more humidity. These temperatures may be enough to challenge some record highs. The record for Allentown is 92 set back in 1951 and the record for Reading is also 92 set back in 1974. Tonight remains mainly clear, warm and humid as temperatures hold in the mid 60s.
Tomorrow's high temperatures will pop to the low 90s under mostly sunny skies with humidity. The record for both Allentown and Reading is 96 set back in 1962, so once again temperatures should come a couple degrees shy of these records. A shower or a thunderstorm is possible late in the day or at night, but this activity should be very spotty.
Friday's high temperatures will get knocked back into the mid 80s, which is still 10 to 15 degrees above normal daytime highs. There may also be a shower or thunderstorm in spots, but most of the day will be dry under intervals of clouds and sunshine.
Looking forward to the weekend, temperatures should return closer to normal in the low 70s. Partial sunshine on Saturday but then more clouds then sun on Sunday with a shower or t-storm at night.
|Record||84°F March 17, 1945||13°F March 17, 1967|