PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --
TODAY: Icy patches are possible early this morning. Clouds give way to sun. It's breezy and chilly with a high of 40.
TONIGHT: It's rather cloudy and brisk with an overnight snow shower in spots and a cold low of 24.
THURSDAY: It's brisk and colder with clouds, sun and a passing snow shower. Our high dips to 30. Wind chills will make it feel like it's in the teens as times.
FRIDAY: Look for a brisk and cold end to the work week with sun giving way to clouds. Flurries and snow showers are possible at night as an Arctic front moves through. The high is 32. We plunge to 20 overnight.
SATURDAY: Get the cold weather gear ready for the weekend. We see partly sunny Saturday skies, but it's windy and frigid with a high of just 22 which hits early in the day. During the afternoon, we slide into the teens and into the single digits overnight. The low is 4. Wind chills overnight will make it feel like it's 10 degrees or more below zero.
SUNDAY: Sun mixes with some clouds on Valentine's Day, but bitterly cold air is still locked in place. The temperature is 4 at dawn (colder in some suburbs) with wind chills making us feel like we are between 10 and 20 below zero. The afternoon high is only 20.
MONDAY: Sun will give way to clouds for President's Day. The temperature at dawn is Philadelphia is expected to be 9 degrees. Some suburbs will dip into the low single digits. But in the afternoon, we begin to bounce back with a high of 30. A snow shower or perhaps some icy mixture is possible at night.
TUESDAY: A morning wintry mix gives way to rain during the day. Our temperature zooms to 48.
It's mostly cloudy with some rain around. The high is 50.