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7:30 AM | More rainfall over the next 48-60 hours and then a strong cold front paves the way for a cool weekend

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Early morning fog and then remaining mostly cloudy, warm and humid with a chance for a few showers and a thunderstorm, highs in the mid 70’s


Mostly cloudy, showers and thunderstorms likely, some fog possible late, lows near 60


Mostly cloudy, warm and humid, chance for more showers and thunderstorms, highs in the mid-to-upper 70’s


Mostly cloudy, humid, chance for more showers and maybe a thunderstorm, highs in the low-to-mid 70’s


Partly sunny, a bit cooler, chance for a shower, but mainly rain-free, highs near 70


Variable clouds, windy and cool with a light shower or two possible, highs in the low 60's


Partly sunny, cool, low-to-mid 60’s


Unsettled weather continues here in the Mid-Atlantic as an upper level low continues to affect us with the threat for more showers and thunderstorms. The next 48-60 hours are quite likely to bring us more decent rainfall amounts in the range of 1-3 inches. September has already been a very wet month with almost 9 and a half inches recorded at Philly Airport and this, of course, follows an extremely wet month of August. A strong cold front will slide through the region late in the week and this will usher in much cooler air for the weekend with highs likely to stay in the low 60's on Saturday which will be the opening day of the Phillies postseason. Elsewhere, Tropical Storm Philippe continues to slowly churn in the Atlantic and, like some of its predecessors, it is likely to turn away from the east coast before ever making landfall.