After a chilly low of 20 at Philly International(and even some snow and sleet this morning that pushed to the northeast) we reached a high of 46 despite partial sunshine; the clouds were associated with a clipper system to the north, but then another system is pushing in from the southwest and keeping clouds around overnight. This will prevent temperatures from dropping pretty low and in fact in Center City we'll stay in the upper 20s(middle 20s in the suburbs).
Saturday will be partly sunny with a minute chance of some light rain before sunset(but mostly it will hold off until the late evening and into the overnight hours) with highs in the upper 40s. Overnight it will be in the lower 40s with an overcast sky and some light rain. Sunday itself will start wet, but otherwise be mostly cloudy with highs in the middle 50s for a change!
The cold front itself pushes through overnight Sunday into Monday morning, BUT riding along the front will be an area of low pressure that has the POTENTIAL for some rain changing over to snow as temperatures drop through the upper 30s in the early morning and ending just after lunchtime. After a low around 20 on Tuesday morning we'll have a sun-filled afternoon with some high clouds by sunset with highs in the upper 30s ahead of another system. This will be a mix to rain with temperatures rising above freezing overnight and reaching the upper 40s by Wednesday afternoon.
Be sure to check out the rest of the seven day forecast any time at www.scottderekwx.com/forecast.html.