Storms and high humidity will no longer be absent from Harrisburg as the new week kicks off.
The heat and humidity will continue to build Tuesday and Wednesday, causing AccuWeather.com RealFeel® temperatures to soar to near the century mark.
Such heat will prove to be a challenge for those with respiratory issues and those engaging in manual labor.
The tropical steambath will also help fuel showers and thunderstorms Wednesday and Thursday as a cold front approaches.
However, the front should clear central Pennsylvania by Friday, leading to a dry and more comfortable Independence Day.
However, not all of the East Coast will be so lucky, as Tropical Storms Arthur continues to develop through the first week of July.
Arthur could bring the potential to spoil outdoor festivities and beach days along the East Coast due to the risk of downpours and rough surf.
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