PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Meteorologist Cecily Tynan says it will feel like the single digits by Friday evening and Saturday morning, but we're back above average Sunday.
TONIGHT: Some clouds, with the chance of a few flurries or snow showers, mainly north, as an arctic front moves through, low 29.
FRIDAY: Behind the arctic front, we get a blast of bitter cold air. We reach our high of 29 in the morning, but temperatures fall during the day. Winds will gust 35-40mph making it feel like it's only in the single digits by the end of the day.
SATURDAY: We'll have bitter wind chills first thing in the morning. It will feel like it's in the single digits to near zero. Wind chills will be as cold a -20 in the Poconos. It's not as windy on Saturday with a mix of clouds and sun, high 27.
SUNDAY: It's a mild, breezy end to the weekend with clouds breaking for some sun, high 48.
MONDAY: A mix of clouds and sun, high 45.
TUESDAY: Partly sunny and mild, high 52.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy and very mild for February, high 52.
THURSDAY: Rather cloudy with a stray shower possible, high 52.