We will have hazy sunshine this afternoon. Temperatures will range from the mid to upper 80s. A few spots will reach the 90 degree mark this afternoon to wrap up the work week. The average daytime high for this time of year is 76 degrees. We could even break a record for this day in history! Our current record holder is 89 degrees in 1973. There could also be a spotty shower or storm around later today. A more significant disturbance moves into the region by tonight into Saturday. As a result we will have more numerous scattered showers and storms popping overnight and some will be scattered about tomorrow as well. Any storms that do occur later today or tonight could be severe. That means they may have the potential for some gusty damaging winds of over 58 miles per hour, or some hail of one inch or greater in diameter. Tomorrow will feature a mixture of clouds and some hazy sunshine. It will be quite sticky on Saturday even though it will be a bit cooler with highs ranging from the upper 70s to low 80s. At this point, it does not appear that the day would be a washout. If you have outdoor plans on Saturday, you may want to make back up plans to move inside briefly should a storm occur in your location. The front drops to our south by Sunday. Although a stray shower or storm cannot be completely ruled out in areas along the Pennsylvania turnpike…many locations could remain dry with a partly sunny sky. Expect variable cloudiness on Monday with a few scattered showers or thunderstorms around. Highs will be in the low 80s. On Tuesday expect a mixture of clouds and sun with a shower or storm around. On Wednesday a shower or storm could pop-up in a few spots. However there will be a number of locations staying dry during the day with some stronger storms possible by Wednesday night into early Thursday. High temperatures will be in the low 80s once again.