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Backdoor Front on Wednesday; Falling Temps In The Afternoon

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Two in a row! We made it to the upper 80s once again on Tuesday before we clouded up and had showers and thunderstorms by the evening commute. Although we reached 88 at Philly International it was no where near the record of 95 set back in 1991. As of the 5pm climate report no measureable rain was reported, but 0.35" of rain fell after the showers however.

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Overnight it will remain cloudy with scattered showers and lows in the middle 60s; Wednesday morning shall remain cloudy with some light rain as the backdoor cold front works its way southward. Highs will be in the middle 70s before falling in the afternoon; you'll notice it as the wind direction will go from out of the west to out of the northeast.

Wednesday night's lows will be around 50 while the day on Thursday will be full of sunshine, but over ten degrees below average! A high of 66 will feel a bit chilly! We'll rebound into the 70s come Friday, but there will be a short wave passing by to our north that will add in a few clouds. Saturday's in the lower 70s as it's not until Sunday that we are seasonable again in the upper 70s.

Have a great night and be sure to check out the rest of the 7-day forecast(any time) at www.scottderekwx.com/forecast.html.

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