FLASH FLOOD WATCH: For Philadelphia, Trenton, Wilmington and all of southeastern Pennsylvania through tonight. Rainfall totals look to be on the order of 1-2" for much of the I-95 metro area on southeastward through Delaware and New Jersey. Areas north and west of the city are generally looking at 2-3" with some locally higher amounts. Any flooding looks to be of the poor drainage and urban areas. There could be a quick rise to streams and creeks.
TODAY: A cold front slowly moves through our area bringing periods of rain and the threat for a few strong thunderstorms. Temperatures behind the front will continue to fall throughout the day. Winds at times will be gusty with gusts up 30mph.
TONIGHT: Drenching rain ending this evening, and drying out overnight, low 60.
FRIDAY: Lowering humidity with clouds to sun, high 74.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny and very comfortable, high 76.
SUNDAY: Sun and clouds, pleasant, high 74.
MONDAY: It stays nice with mostly sunny skies, high 75.
TUESDAY: It's at least partly sunny and pleasant, high 77.
WEDNESDAY: We'll see a mix of some sun and clouds with the chance for a shower, high 74.
THURSDAY: Mainly cloudy with a shower possible in the afternoon, high 72.