PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --TODAY: Look for a good deal of sunshine with some afternoon clouds possible. A cold wind stays with us all day. The high: 39. Wind chills: 20s.
TONIGHT: The stars are out. It's still brisk and cold with a low of 28 in Philadelphia and the mid 20s in some suburbs.
SATURDAY: Winds relax some, but it remains cold and breezy with a high of 38. A decent amount of sunshine is expected with some instability clouds popping in the afternoon.
SUNDAY: Any early sunshine gives way to clouds rather quickly. It's not as windy, but still chilly. A few spotty rain or snow showers are possible later in the afternoon. The high is 40.
SUNDAY NIGHT: A system cutting past us to the west will spread precipitation across the region and in our northern areas (mainly north of the Pennsylvania Turnpike) it may be cold enough to see some wet snow before a change to rain.
MONDAY: Wet snow and rain greet us early in the morning, the wet snow positioned mainly north of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. With quick warming expected, areas seeing the snow should see a fairly quick change to rain after only a light accumulation. After that, we're looking at a cloudy and damp day with periods of rain totaling about 1/4" to 1/2". The high is 48. Some changes are possible with this forecast, especially in the timing and placement of any wintry precipitation.
TUESDAY: It's mostly cloudy, brisk and chilly with a cooler high of 42. Some additional rain or snow is possible at night.
WEDNESDAY: The next Arctic front arrives, with the opportunity for more rain and snow showers. The high: 43
THURSDAY: Behind that front, look out! It's another blast of cold, arctic air. Look for mostly sunny skies, but it will be windy and bitter with a flurry around and a high of only 30. Wind chills will be in the teens and 20s. The overnight low plunges into the teens.
FRIDAY: It stays cold, but this time, we're looking at clouds and periods of snow mixing with rain. The high is 34.
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