It'll still be hot and temperatures above average but enjoy these next few days before the heat builds back in just in time for the weekend. In fact model differences bring low confidence on best timing for rain in an area. The blanket of clouds through the evening and overnight will "insulate" temperatures, so upper 60s/low 70s will be the rule for overnight low temps.
The heaviest rains stayed south of the area overnight, but triggered flash flooding at Philadelphia's Frankford Creek. Wind: S 10-20; gusty.
TUESDAY | Mostly cloudy with rain and storm chances.
There will be a chance of showers and storms each day this week. Lows will drop in the mid 60s to low 70s with a northeast wind around 5 miles per hour. Next Monday the showers will become a bit more scattered again with highs still near 90. Don't fret about the cool air tonight, it won't last long as by tomorrow afternoon, many of us reach the 70s to near 80 with sunny skies.
Wednesday looks mostly dry, but scattered rain chances return to the forecast Thursday and continue for your Friday. NOAA's Storm Prediction Center has placed that part of the state under a marginal risk of severe weather today.
Showers and storms will gradually fade out tonight as the heating of the day disappears.