Another day with high temperatures ten or more degrees below average.....
The cycle has to end some time, right? After a pseudo-average low of 27(average should be 32)at Philly International we reached just 40 degrees. It was a cloudy and raw feeling day thanks to an area of low pressure along the Carolina coast. Although Center City stayed dry, across the Jersey Shore and Delaware beaches saw some light showers and drizzle through the day.
Overnight lows will be in the middle and upper 20s with clearing skies, but this will lead to a mostly sunny Saturday with a westerly wind and highs in the middle and upper 50s! We will have clouds push in by the late afternoon ahead of a cold front, but the day itself shall be fine. Overnight into Sunday morning shall be a bit interesting as there may be some light rain and wet snow showers with a low around the freezing mark.
Behind that front will be a tad cooler on Sunday with highs in the middle 40s, but we'll rebound back into the middle 50s come Monday once again. We can be flirting with temperatures near 60 come Tuesday before clouds increase ahead of a potent low pressure area with plenty of rain riding up the I-95 corridor for the middle of the week.