BY STEVE DiMARTINO
N.J. WEATHER FORECAST
Just in time for the start of June, a warm and humid air mass will take hold over the Philadelphia and New York City metropolitan areas. While temperatures will average near normal through this week, the humidity will make temperatures fell warmer. Along with the increasing humidity will be the threat of showers and thunderstorms as weak disturbances pass through the region.
Monday, high pressure will continue to shift off the coast. Clear skies to scattered clouds can be expected through Tuesday morning. Winds will be from the southwest at around 5 mph through Monday afternoon, increasing to 5 to 10 mph by Monday night. Temperatures Monday afternoon will rise into the lower to mid 80's throughout much of the region, mid to upper 70's along the immediate coast. Low temperatures will fall into the upper 50's to lower 60's by Tuesday morning.