PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --A cutoff low near Raleigh continues to meander its way northeastward ever so slowly. We've seen periods of rain today with some pockets of heavier rain from time to time. A raw northeast wind and temps in the 50's have made for a dreary April day.
TONIGHT: We are in the period of steadiest rain into this evening and then things taper more to just drizzle and mist by the morning. Temps move very little overnight, with a low of 53.
WEDNESDAY: We see the drizzle come to an end as the upper and mid levels of the atmosphere dry out, but even in the afternoon low level moisture remains in the form of clouds. Skies may appear to brighten as we head toward sunset, but we likely have to wait until Thursday to see good sunshine. The high rebounds to a seasonable 68.
THURSDAY: We start off with fog and low clouds, but should quickly transition to sun as low pressure pulls away. Temps will respond very nicely reaching right around 80. When the NFL Draft begins it will be in the 70's out on the Parkway, so a very nice night
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 86.
SUNDAY: A backdoor front moves in, dropping temperatures and bringing the chance of some showers and thunderstorms. The high drops to 75.
MONDAY: Its warmer with an afternoon thunderstorms possible and a high of 82.
TUESDAY: Partly sunny and mild with a high of 75.
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