What a tale of two days! In the morning after 0.17" of rain measured at Philly International it was cloudy until the noontime hour; once the clouds pushes away and sunshine prevailed we reached a high of 66!
Overnight we'll be mostly clear with lows in the lower 40s and a northwest wind between 5-10mph; tomorrow shall be breezy with a short wave to the south and high pressure nudging in from the north. With the northwest wind gusting between 15-20mph highs will just be in the lower 60s.
For Thursday and Friday we'll get into a southerly flow and temperatures will respond with highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s while lows will be on average around 50. Our next chance of rain comes with a cold front overnight Friday into Saturday and although there will be light rain overnight we'll salvage Saturday afternoon with highs in the lower 70s......so much for a "cold" front, huh?
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