Compared to the past few days in northwestern Pennsylvania, the sky looks very different. Returning on Tuesday, smoke and smoke filled the sky from some wildfires in the west and Canada. It was also very humid until the cold front blew south on Wednesday. The cold front acted as a large scrub brush, removing smoke and lowering humidity levels.
From Thursday to Friday, you can expect beautiful weather to reign in northwestern PA. The maximum temperature is in the 70’s and the humidity is very comfortable. The dew point temperature dropped in the 1950s, making it a very enjoyable weather to spend outside.
A cold front that clears smoke and haze and brings more comfortable weather to the area will change its personality and become a warm front. As it travels north over the weekend, humidity returns to the area, and showers and storms can occur from late Saturday to Sunday.
Closing July and starting in early August, heat and humidity rise again, with signs that the hottest temperatures are confined to the northern plains and the upper Midwest. Regionally, it is expected to be near room temperature, but the humidity will be high. The normal high temperatures from late July to early August are in the late 80’s, ending July and starting in August, so it can be a little warmer than that.
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A great break from the heat and humidity of summer, will it continue?
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