After a great seasonable weekend it was a kick in the teeth with a wet and raw Monday; the high at Philly International was 51 as of the 5:30pm climate report, but have risen a few degrees thanks to milder air pushing in. This is all thanks to a front that's pushing through the region and provided light rain as well.
Overnight temperatures hold in the 50s with fog and also some scattered heavy showers(maybe a non-severe thunderstorm rolls through as well); the rain's over by the morning commute with the clouds gone by mid-morning. Temperatures will respond with a westerly wind as they push into the middle and upper 60s!
After a mostly clear overnight with lows in the upper 40s we'll be a tad cooler on Wednesday with a few clouds thanks to an upper level disturbance(but we stay dry) with highs in the middle 60s. Come Thursday
we're back in the upper 60s and we'll be flirting with 70 come Friday ahead of another cold front(that's not really cold behind the front!).
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