PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --After 60's yesterday and today, cooler air is starting to push in behind a morning cold front.
TONIGHT: We've had some cumulus clouds bubble up this afternoon in the cool air advection. But, once the sun sets, these will dissipate and we are looking for mostly clear skies tonight and temps falling into the upper 30's in the outlying suburbs to low 40's here in Center City.
TUESDAY: High pressure from the north gives us a sunny, but brisk day tomorrow. Temperatures only rebound to about 56. But, with with northwest winds sustained at 12 to 20 MPH, it'll feel more like the 40's. Tuesday night the winds relax and with clear skies we see very efficient cooling. In fact, many areas will flirt with the freezing mark and freeze watches have been issued for outlying areas of south Jersey and the northwest suburbs for 2AM to 9AM on Wednesday. Here in center city we will drop to the upper 30's.
WEDNESDAY: We start off with sunshine and those frosty temps and struggle to reach the 53 as high clouds start advancing in during the afternoon from a system in the Ohio Valley.
THURSDAY: We turn cloudy with periods of rain developing during the late morning and early afternoon hours, generally 1/4"-3/4" of rain. The high is 58.
FRIDAY: Clouds mix with occasional sun. The high hits 59.
SATURDAY: Clouds mix with sunny breaks. A few showers are possible at times. Our high is 65.
SUNDAY: Clouds and sun mix with a lingering shower possible, although most of the day will be dry. The high reaches 60.
MONDAY (HALLOWEEN): We have partly sunny skies with a high around 62. Evening conditions for trick-or-treating look dry but cool for now, with temperatures in the mid to upper 50's.
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