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7:00 AM | An active start to the week with a couple of different disturbances; snow threat later tomorrow/tomorrow night primarily confined to Route I-80 and north; 60's likely on Thursday and Friday

Paul Dorian

6-Day Philly Forecast

Today

rain and snow showers pull out of the area early today and the cloudy skies will give way to sunshine for the afternoon, becoming quite breezy and turning milder, highs in the mid-to-upper 50's later in the day

Tonight

Partly cloudy, chilly, lows in the low-to-mid 30’s

Tuesday

Becoming cloudy, chilly, rain likely during the afternoon and it can be mixed with snow at times across northern sections, near 50 degrees for highs

Tuesday Night

Rain likely during the evening and it can be mixed with snow at times across northern sections, cold, late night lows in the lower 30's

Wednesday

Mainly sunny, breezy, chilly, near 50 degrees

Thursday

Mostly sunny, becoming breezy and noticeably milder, low 60’s

Friday

Mostly cloudy, quite mild, showers likely, low-to-mid 60’s

Saturday

Partly sunny, colder, breezy, chance for showers, upper 40’s

Discussion

After a weekend with winter-like cold, temperatures will moderate somewhat by later today and there should be a noticeable warm up later in the week with 60's likely on Thursday and Friday. A weak disturbance swinging by to our north this morning produced clouds and showers of rain or snow, but it will push away this afternoon and skies should clear. High pressure will then take control for tonight and early Tuesday, but then yet another disturbance will drop to the southeast from the Great Lakes region and it should produce rain in the area later tomorrow and early tomorrow night and there can be snowflakes mixed in at times; especially, in northernmost sections - those higher elevation areas north of Route I-80 can get primarily snow. Following that second disturbance, Wednesday looks to be quiet, but chilly, and then it’ll turn significantly milder on Thursday and Friday ahead of the next cold frontal system. That front is likely to generate showers in the region on Friday and then usher in colder air for the upcoming Easter weekend.

Video

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