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One More Dry Day Monday; The Deluge Begins Tuesday

Highs and lows for Sunday
Highs and lows for Sunday
Scott Derek

What a beautiful Spring day! Granted we were about five degrees below average, but a high of 62 At Philly International is not bad at all! We had a northwesterly wind all day gusting over 20mph, but at least we were dry.

High Pressure is still on top of the region, but a potent area of low pressure will gradually push eastward within the next 24-48 hours with heavy rain
NOAA

Overnight it will be mostly clear with lows in the lower 40s and set us up with a decent Monday as high pressure is still on top of the region; we'll reach the lower 60s with a northerly wind shifting to the east and then south by the overnight hours. You will also notice the clouds thickening by the late afternoon as the area of low pressure wreaking havoc in the Plains starting to push moisture into our direction.

After a low in the middle 40s Tuesday morning we'll only be in the lower 50s with rain heavy at times; this will linger to not only Wednesday, but Thursday as well(with some thunderstorms!). When all is said and done we can easily see 3, 4, even 5 INCHES of rain. I'm sure the National Weather Service will issue some flood watches on Monday for the areas that normally flood.

So stay tuned and as always you can check out the rest of the 7-day forecast(ANY TIME) at www.scottderekwx.com/forecast.html.