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Weather Authority: Heat advisory in effect for hot, humid weekend with chance of pop-up showers

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PHILADELPHIA - More heat and humidity are in store Saturday and Sunday for another hot, summer weekend.A heat advisory is already in effect until 8 p.m.

Sunday as temperatures reach a high of 94 degrees.Warm, muggy weather sticks around all weekend long with several chances for pop-up showers and thunderstorms.FOX 29's Scott Williams says the weekend won't be a complete washout, but to keep a Plan B ready!Sunday's high heat carries into the beginning of next week as temperatures stay in the 90s until Wednesday.

___SATURDAY: PM/Eve storms. High: 89SUNDAY: Hot, pop-up storms. High: 94, Low: 77MONDAY: Hot, pop-up storms.

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