After a low at Philly International of 37 we reached a high of 53 in the afternoon; it's still well over ten degrees below average, but at least each and every day we tack on a couple of more degrees to the high. By this weekend we'll be back into the seasonable middle 60s, but that's still 36 hours away.
Overnight lows will be in the middle 30s with a few clouds; there are frost advisories in effect for the suburbs from 1am-9am. After a cold start we'll be in the lower 50s in the afternoon Friday with sunshine and clouds thanks to a continued easterly wind between 15-20mph.
Come Saturday we'll have a southerly wind which will push temperatures into the middle 60s with some clouds as a weak cold front pushes to the north. Easter Sunday shall be cooler with a northwest wind behind that system with highs into the lower 60s, but we'll get into a more southerly wind again for Monday with highs flirting with 70 while Tuesday we'll reach the lower 70s ahead of a cold front.
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