Sunshine quickly gave way to clouds by lunchtime(just as I predicted!) and we even had some light rain as well. After a low of 50 this morning at Philly International Airport we reached a high of 66 right around 2pm. Overnight lows will not drop below 50 degrees with an overcast sky and scattered showers.
This is all associated with a warm front that will push through the region; it will push north of Philly, but it will stall out somewhere along the Blue Route/I-78 and draped along the Jersey Shore. There's going to be a HUGE disparity of temperatures from around 75+ in Northern Delaware to just ~50 around Scranton.
Overnight Thursday lows will be around 60 with clouds clearing out and a southerly wind; this will lead to Friday flirting with 80 degrees with sunshine and clouds. Come Saturday as a cold front tries to push through we'll have showers and thunderstorms with highs in the lower 80s. The front pretty much pushes through on Sunday and Mother's Day looks dry with highs in the middle 80s with a westerly wind and high pressure nudging in.
We stay in the middle 80s for Monday before we await a more potent cold front by mid-week with a shower and thunderstorm chance Tuesday evening into Wednesday.
So that's it for now and be sure to check out the rest of the 7-day forecast(any time) at www.scottderekwx.com/forecast.html.