Well, it was another cool, wet, foggy, damp, dreary, and (add your adjective here) day. The high at Philly International was 49 this morning at 5:46am and during the day we were just in the lower and middle 40s as close to an inch of rain fell throughout the day.
Overnight it will remain cloudy with scattered showers(some light snow and sleet north and west) with temperatures in the middle 30s. Monday itself will begin cloudy and damp, but as the low pushes offshore high pressure will move in to provide gradual sunshine in the afternoon. Highs will be in the middle 50s with a northerly wind between 10-15mph. After an overnight low around 40 Tuesday will be filled with sunshine as high approach 60; come Wednesday we'll have temperatures in the middle 60s with a front stalling on top of the region. Luckily we'll be on the milder side of the front, but further north and west it will just be in the 40s.
Thursday into Friday will be mostly cloudy with that front finally pushing northward to provide some showers, but Friday evening the cold front swings by to provide rain into Saturday morning. Behind the front we stay seasonable with highs in the upper 50s.
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