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TONIGHT: Colder air begins to re-enter the region. We're mainly clear and brisk with a low of 26 in Philadelphia. Some suburbs will dip into the low 20s. Wind chills drop into the teens and single digits.
FRIDAY: It's another mostly sunny day, but blustery and colder with a high of only about 36 and afternoon wind chills in the 20s.
SATURDAY: Morning sunshine gives way to some high clouds in the afternoon. Its still chilly. The high: 42.
SUNDAY: It's mostly cloudy with temperatures in the 40s during the morning for the Philadelphia Marathon. The afternoon high climbs to a milder 56. Some showers arrive at night.
MONDAY: It's cloudy and warmer with showers at times. The high soars to 70, near our record high of 71 set back in 1979.
TUESDAY: We see partly sunny skies with a high of 59.
WEDNESDAY: Chilly air returns. Look for clouds and sun with a high of 48.
THURSDAY (THANKSGIVING): For now, we're looking a mainly sunny, chilly start for the 6abc Thanksgiving Day Parade. The temperature at sunrise will be about 36. But by the end of the parade, we'll be in the low to mid 40s. It's not looking particularly windy, so for now, the balloons looks like okay to fly. The afternoon high is 47.