Sunday was a mild sunny day, but it was breezy thanks to a southerly wind over 20mph; after a morning low of 35 at Philly Airport the high reached 64 in the afternoon. Mind you the average high should be 47 and we were just four degrees shy of the record set back in 1976.
There is a cold front that will be working through for Monday, but clouds will increase overnight; lows will range from the upper 30s north to the middle 40s in the urban areas. Monday will feature some showers in the morning, but we may have some sunshine in the afternoon(especially westward) with highs around 60.
Tuesday will be in the upper 50s with sunshine, but then increasing clouds ahead of another potent cold front; this one will produce heavy rain overnight with lows hanging around in the 50s. The cold front pushes through by late morning and then temps will fall through the 40s Wednesday afternoon.
Thursday will only be around the lower 40s with sunshine to increasing clouds(especially south) as we watch a system pass by to our south overnight Thursday night. There COULD be some light snow….but it shouldn’t be much. It’s still a long ways away anyway, so there’s plenty of time to fine tune the forecast.
For now enjoy your night, but don’t forget to follow updates on my Twitter account(@scott_derek) as well as check my 7-day forecast(& follow the animated radar) ANY TIME at www.scottderekwx.com.