PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --TODAY: The morning starts with periods of rain. The rain gets steadier through the day until the evening hours, as the low level jet strengthens and lifts through our area. It will be a cool, raw day with a high of only 58. Easterly winds at 12-25 m.p.h. and gusts along the coast at 40-45 m.p.h. will make it feel even cooler. A Coastal Flood Advisory goes into effect at 6 p.m. for minor coastal flooding.
WEDNESDAY: This is a day of transition. We expect the low to depart with some leftover showers or drizzle possible early in the day and lingering low clouds into the afternoon. The high rebounds to a seasonable 68.
THURSDAY: We'll have partly sunny skies and it's warm - nice timing as the NFL Draft and Penn Relays begin in the city. The high surges to 80.
FRIDAY: High pressure brings us mostly sunny skies, and it's unseasonably warm. High: 84.
SATURDAY: Expect sun and clouds, and it's even warmer. The high of 89 will chase the record high of 90 set back in 1974.
SUNDAY: It's very warm and humid with a slight chance of a late-day shower or thunderstorm. High: 86.
MONDAY: It stays warm with an afternoon thunderstorms possible and a high of 80.
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