We will not be completely rain free, but more of us than not should be able to get out and get some outdoor chores taken care of.
Tomorrow night: Increasing clouds.
The National Weather Service says rain has come to an end in the Lehigh Valley this morning, as the system that gave us a soggy Sunday finally moves out to sea. Even as the rain may diminish toward morning, drizzle and fog are likely to persist, with continued onshore flow from the east. Temperatures slowly drop toward lows in the 60s.
With lesser rain chances, temperatures will rebound into the low 90s Tuesday before more rain helps to cool things down through the second half of the upcoming work week. With a wave of low pressure along a front to our south, shower and storm chances increase after 4 p.m. or so. For related traffic news, check out Gridlock. With all this rain about, we'll be watching the larger rivers for flooding again.
Super Eagles land in Russian Federation
Gernot Rohr's men arrived Russian Federation from Austria at exactly 9pm Nigerian time on Monday night, June 11, after a 3 hours flight.
Tuesday we'll have a break in the humidity with highs topping out at a comfortable 88 degrees in the afternoon.
For this evening scattered showers and thunderstorms will continue for some areas, but will be quieting down by the overnight hours. Most areas will stay dry tonight under partly cloudy skies.
A brief burst of higher humidity with scattered showers and storms rolls in here Wednesday before getting swept out to sea Thursday.
The view yesterday by the Reflecting Pool in Washington.