This has been the way things have been working for months. Another cold front is approaching and it will probably trigger off showers and thunderstorms across Eastern Pennsylvania late this afternoon and evening. But after that models weaken the area of storms and while some survive, it won’t be a widespread event. So once the front moves away weather conditions improve across Northeastern and much of the eastern half of Pennsylvania for Tuesday and for that matter the rest of the week. Cooler air arrives on Wednesday. I suppose there could be a shower or two (brief) across a few spots in NE PA but overall the weather looks very good with nice days and relatively cool nights beginning tomorrow and lasting right into the weekend.
No big storms on the horizon. No tropical storms to worry about for now. Just more of the same dry pattern we have been in with humidity levels on the reasonable side and temperatures in some parts of the state, rather cool for this time of year