PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --After a round of rain this morning, we have been dealing with a struggling warm front this afternoon. Areas to our southeast have made it into the 60's to near 70. While, temperatures to the northwest just hit the upper 40's to near 50.
TONIGHT: We have mostly cloudy skies with a shower or two and some dense fog developing. We drop to a relatively mild overnight low of 52.
TUESDAY: An aea of low pressure lifting out of the Tennessee/Ohio Valleys will push across our area, likely staying just south of Philadelphia. This will make for mostly cloudy skies and a shower at any point during the day, although much of the day is likely dry. During the afternoon, instability will increase to our south and we could see a few thunderstorms mixed in with the showers as that area of low pressure moves overhead. We are not expecting any severe weather with this, but any storm could drop locally heavy rains and cause some poor drainage issues with the very high moisture content of the airmass. The high climbs to 69.
WEDNESDAY: We clear out nicely as high pressure nudges southward from the Great Lakes. Northerly winds will be around 10-15mph with highs hitting around 64.
THURSDAY: We expect plenty of sunshine through most of the day with a few more late clouds possible. It's breezy and cooler, with a high of 55.
FRIDAY: It's cold and raw with a soaking rain. The high slips to 48.
SATURDAY: A period of rain or drizzle is possible in the morning. Otherwise, we have a mostly cloudy, breezy afternoon. The high sits near 58.
SUNDAY: Look for a partly sunny end to the weekend. The high improves to 61.
MONDAY: Clouds mix with some sun. It's dry and relatively mild: 63.
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