A cold front will move across South Jersey this afternoon. IF we see enough sunshine before storms fire up, some of these storms could be on the strong side. The biggest threat with these storms will be locally heavy rain and frequent lightning.
By late morning, storms will be developing and moving across Southeastern Pennsylvania and the Delaware River. If you are outdoors running to the grocery store or grabbing a bite to eat, the rain should hold off locally until around lunchtime.
By early to mid-afternoon, we expect scattered downpours with a few storms possibly on the strong side with gusty winds. Be sure to take an umbrella before leaving for work this morning, as you’ll likely need it at some point during the afternoon.
Cooler and drier air will build in across the Mid-Atlantic tonight and during Tuesday. It will likely remain a bit on the muggy side along the shore, but less humid to the west. Overnight low temperatures will drop into the upper 50s to lower 60s across Inland South Jersey!