PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --TODAY: Look for plenty of sunshine with strong, blustery winds gusting to 35 mph at times. It's cool, too, with a high of just 57.
TONIGHT: We're clear and cold with diminishing winds and lows of 37 in Philadelphia and around 30 in outlying suburbs. FREEZE WARNINGS and FROST ADVISORIES are in effect across the region from midnight tonight until 9 a.m. Wednesday morning. The Warning covers the majority of the region with the Advisory covering areas along the I-95 corridor, including Philadelphia, Delaware County, Southern Bucks and Montgomery counties and Mercer County, as well as Cape May County and southern Delaware below New Castle County. Potted plants should come inside tonight, along with delicate garden decorations and garden hoses. It's also a great time to shut-off the water supply to outdoor spigots and faucets and allow them to drain so they don't freeze-up and sustain damage.
WEDNESDAY: We have plenty of sunshine in the morning with a few more clouds potentially building-in during the afternoon. The high dips to 53.
THURSDAY: Skies are primarily cloudy with rain arriving during the late morning and early afternoon hours. A general 1/4"-3/4" of rain is expected. The high rebounds to 60.
FRIDAY: Look for partly sunny skies with a seasonable high around 61.
SATURDAY: Clouds mix with sunny breaks. A few showers are possible at times. Our high is 65.
SUNDAY: Partly sunny skies are expected with a pleasant, seasonable high around 65.
MONDAY (HALLOWEEN): We have clouds mixing with occasional sunshine and 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.
TUESDAY: We have a nice, partly sunny day with an afternoon high of 64.
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