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From Summer To Winter....In Less Than 24 Hours!

The next seven days ahead
The next seven days ahead
Scott Derek

Remember when the high reached 65 on Tuesday at Philly International? We topped that on Wednesday with a high of 69! Granted our average high is 51 and the average low is 33, but you knew this mild weather couldn't last forever....

A vigorous cold front pushed through Wednesday night; ahead of the front was 60s and 70s, but now behind it are 20s and 30s.

That 33 for our average low will be warmer than the project high come Thursday....yikes!

As the cold front pushes through overnight temperatures will drop after Midnight and the wind will kick up out of the northwest between 20-25mph(with higher gusts) making the wind chill a good ten degrees cooler than that! Also as drier air works in the atmosphere will try and ring out any available moisture(like a sponge) so we may see some wet snow showers with little to no accumulation. During the day on Thursday temperatures will just be in the upper 20s to around 30 all day long.

Luckily it's short-lived as albeit temperatures overnight will be in the lower 20s we'll rebound to the middle 40s come Friday with a sunny sky; this weekend looks milder as although a weak front will pass by to our north we'll stay dry with highs in the middle 50s, but just be around 50 come Sunday with increasing clouds as a system will ride up the coast from the south. This should mostly skirt by to our south and east, but provide some rain and snow(north) overnight into Monday. We may see some wet snow on the back end with falling temperatures on Monday and maybe an inch of snow(on the grass) may fall....but it's not set in stone right this moment.

One thing's for sure is that behind that system temperatures go from being above average to below average once again with highs ranging from the upper 30s to lower 40s.

Don't forget that you can check out the rest of the 7-day forecast(any time) at

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