NEXT Weather: Turning up the heat for the Eagles' home opener

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) -- Mid-September in Philadelphia usually means cooler days in the upper 70s and overnight lows near 60, but not this year. We are technically still in the

grips of summer until Thursday, and it will feel very summer-like on Monday as the Eagles welcome the Vikings to town.  Highs will be in the upper 80s chasing what could be

the last 90-degree day of 2022. Humidity will be on the rise too with a muggy feeling all day. By kickoff at 8:30 p.m., temperatures at Lincoln Financial Field will hover in

the low 80s with muggy conditions. A cold front will slide past the area Monday evening with increasing clouds and a spotty shower or thunderstorm across the Philadelphia

area.  Most of us will remain dry and humid. Winds will be from the southwest 10-15 mph. By the final whistle temperatures will be in the mid 70s.  There's also a

Marginal Risk for severe weather in the Lehigh Valley, Berks County and the Poconos on Monday afternoon and evening. The storms could bring isolated thunderstorms, damaging winds,

large hail and brief downpours.  Sunshine returns Tuesday and Wednesday as we once again warm to the upper 80s. Wednesday is also the last full day of summer.  On

Thursday, fall arrives at 9:03 p.m. Another cold front brings showers and thunderstorms earlier that day.  Then, a big chill settles in as temperatures will fall to a high

of only 70 on Friday and a low of 50 that night.