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TONIGHT: It's partly cloudy and bitter cold. Low: 10/18. Be careful: any standing water or slush on untreated surfaces will refreeze.
TUESDAY: It will be cloudy snow and sleet developing in the afternoon. So, the evening commute will likely be slow. Philadelphia and along the I-95 corridor and nearby suburbs, expect a coating of snow with 1/10" of an inch of ice. Overnight, it'll change to rain as temperatures climb above freezing High 32.
WEDNESDAY: It'll be wet, but mild with periods of rain and drizzle. Looks like 1/2"-1" of rain, so a pretty good soaking. High 45.
THURSDAY: A cold front pushes through on Wednesday evening allowing colder air to start working in, as another wave of low pressure develops on this slow moving frontal boundary, bringing more precipitation to the area. We look to transition to snow around midnight Wednesday night and a moderate snowfall is anticipated into Thursday morning and not ending until around lunch time. High: 32
FRIDAY: Sunshine returns with cold air. High: 30.
SATURDAY: The weekend looks pretty nice! It's mostly sunny and milder. High 45. The Philadelphia Union is back in their first home game of the season.
SUNDAY: Daylight Saving Time begins, so set your clocks forward one hour. We gain an extra hour of daylight! It will be partly sunny with a high of 48.