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A Seasonable Start To The Work Week

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This will be short and sweet since it was Easter and I was not around for most of the day; we reached 60 at Philly International after a low of 48(and shockingly we were the same temperature last year even though Easter was a few weeks earlier). It was sunny with some high clouds throughout the day, but with an easterly wind coming off of a 46-degree ocean didn't help too much as we are still over five degrees below average.

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Overnight it will be clear and cool with frost possible in the suburbs; lows in Center City will be in the upper 30s, but 30-35 in the suburbs is possible(and there are Frost Advisories in effect until 8am Monday). Monday itself shall feature sunshine and clouds with highs in the middle 60s thanks to a continued onshore wind.

After a low in the upper 40s Tuesday morning we'll reach the lower 70s with sun giving way to clouds and some showers by the afternoon; there may be a few thunderstorms in the mix as well ahead of a cold front; behind the front temperatures will be seasonable once again with highs in the middle 60s and then pushing the lower 70s by week's end with another cold front pushing through Friday night.

Don't forget that you can check out the rest of the 7-day forecast ANY TIME at www.scottderekwx.com/forecast.html !

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