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Weather Authority: Heat wave stays Sunday ahead of stormy afternoon

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PHILADELPHIA - Another taste of summer Sunday as the heat sticks around for one more day.A sizzling forecast brings a high of 92 degrees with heat and high humidity making it feel more like 100 degrees.Saturday's heat advisory has been extended until 6 p.m.

Sunday as the Delaware Valley experience July and August a little early this year.For the latest forecasts and conditions, download the FOX 29 Weather Authority app.Storms are possible this afternoon, bringing a cold front that will bust the heat for the rest of the week.Temperatures drop back down to the 70s to start next week, until a bit of heat comes back Thursday, ___SUNDAY: Hot, then stormy.

High: 92MONDAY: Not as hot. High: 74, Low: 63TUESDAY: Cloudy, cool. High: 70, Low: 61WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy.

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