The average high at Philly International Airport is 45 while our average low is 29; this morning's low was 47(warmer than our average high!) and we reached 52 before 3pm with sunshine giving way to clouds in the afternoon. There will be a warm front pushing northward overnight so we'll have some drizzle and fog with rising temperatures by sunrise.
Once the warm front pushes through in the morning temperatures should be around 50 degrees and the only way to go is up; highs can reach the lower 60s despite an overcast sky with showers and potentially strong thunderstorms by the afternoon. There are flood watches in effect for Friday as heavy rain in a heavier shower and still some deep snow pack in places can cause flash flooding. We clear out the cold front by the late evening with lows in the 40s. This will lead to a mostly sunny day with highs in the middle 50s.
Come Sunday we'll have a short wave pass by to the north, but we'll stay dry. It will be a partly sunny day with highs in the lower 50s. Behind that short wave, however, we cool back down with highs just in the lower 40s come Monday and then a low pressure area pushes in from the west and may provide a rain/snow mix come Tuesday with highs in the upper 30s.
We stay below average for the remainder of next week, but for now you can view the rest of the seven day(any time) at www.scottderekwx.com/forecast.html.