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7:15 AM | Now officially over 60 inches of rainfall for the year, significantly more is to be added on today with a changeover to snow late tonight

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Rain today and some of it will be heavy, a thunderstorm is also possible, mild early in the day with highs in the upper 50’s, but afternoon temperatures will drop


Rain in the evening and some of it will be heavy, becoming windy, a thunderstorm possible, a changeover to snow is likely late tonight (between 1 and 4AM), lows near freezing


Snow ends early in the morning then becoming mostly sunny, brisk and chilly, low 40’s


Partly sunny, chilly, mid 40’s


Mostly sunny, cold, upper 30’s


Mostly sunny, cold, upper 30’s


Mostly sunny, cold, low 40’s


A strong low pressure system will move rapidly from the VA/NC border region early this evening to just off of Cape Cod by late tonight. This low will dump quite a bit of precipitation on the region with more than two inches of liquid equivalent possible over the next 24 hours. Colder air will move in after midnight and this will likely change the rain to snow between about 1 and 4am. The snow will likely last for a few hours and accumulations of 1-3 inches are possible in the northern and western suburbs (Chester, Bucks, Montgomery Counties) with an inch or less likely in the city. Once the snow ends early tomorrow morning the sun will return, but it’ll be breezy and chilly. Dry weather is then likely for the next several days. Finally, last night’s rains put the official Philadelphia year-to-date measurement for rainfall over 60 inches with significantly more to be added on today and tonight.