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Weather Authority: Muggy Tuesday morning ahead of evening pop-up thunderstorms

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PHILADELPHIA - The sun is leaving with the Fourth of July holiday as Tuesday begins several days of rain this week.Tuesday morning will start with a bit of sun, which will quickly turn into cloudy skies and eventually rain later this afternoon.A chance of rain and pop-up thunderstorms is in the forecast for Tuesday afternoon, and into the evening hours.

Heads up if you're headed to the Phillies game!With the rain come more humidity and a muggy 88-degree high.Wet weather is expected to stick around for the remainder of the week, until sun returns for another beautiful weekend.___TUESDAY: PM storms.

High: 88WEDNESDAY: Hot, humid. High: 90, Low: 74THURSDAY: Shower chance. High: 83, Low: 74FRIDAY: Showers around.

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