Philadelphia: Bright, Sunny Father's Day Weekend in Store

By , AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist
June 14, 2014; 4:48 AM ET
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Cooler, less humid air will settle over the Philadelphia area into the weekend.

Abundant sunshine is in the offing Sunday and high pressure will settle eastward.

After a cool start, a warmer afternoon is in store for Father's Day.

Very warm and humid conditions will build over the region during much of next week.

How warm it gets will depend on the amount of sunshine and where complexes of thunderstorms wander each day from the Midwest.

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