After a high of 58 at Philly International on Saturday we only mustered a high of 48 come Sunday with morning clouds giving way to sunshine for the rest of the afternoon. There was a cold front that pushed through in the early morning hours and provided a hundredth of an inch of rain(the low was 39 so there was no snow mixed in at all).
Overnight Sunday temperatures will be in the upper 20s with an overcast sky as another cold front pushes through for Monday; unlike Sunday however highs on Monday will be on either side of 50 with more clouds than sunshine. I don't anticipate any rain to fall, and in fact behind the front Tuesday's highs will be in the middle and upper 50s!
Come Wednesday we'll have an area of low pressure to the west and then another area of low pressure from the Gulf of Mexico that will provide moisture for us in the afternoon going through the evening. There will be plenty of moisture, but unlike a week ago it shall be mostly rain with the exception of well north and west in higher elevations. Highs will be in the lower 50s come Wednesday, but as colder air filters in overnight into Thursday temperatures will fall and we may even see some wet snow on the back end!
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