PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- President's Day featured abundant sunshine, with only occasional clouds, and a springlike high of 52 degrees. That's eight degrees above average.
TONIGHT: Clouds increase. Temperatures drop to a low of 35 in Philadelphia and the low 30s in some suburbs.
TUESDAY: Skies are mainly cloudy. A spotty shower is possible, especially during the late morning and afternoon. The high is 55. More rain showers are possible at night, especially toward the Shore.
WEDNESDAY: Look for partly sunny skies. It will be brisk and a bit cooler with a high dropping to 48.
THURSDAY: A brief show of colder air arrives. Look for partly sunny skies and a high of 36.
FRIDAY: Morning lows will be in the low 20s and upper teens. We have mostly sunny skies during the day, but it remains cold with another high around 36.
SATURDAY: Milder air returns on a southerly flow. We'll see partial sunshine and a more pleasant high of 49.
SUNDAY: Look for sunshine, a few patchy clouds and a pleasant high of 52.
MONDAY: Clouds thicken with rain likely. The high drops to 49.
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