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7:00 AM | March closes out with a chilly rain and there can even be snowflakes mixed in

Paul Dorian

6-Day Philly Forecast


Early sunshine gives way to a quick increase in clouds, rain will break out this afternoon and there can be snowflakes mixed in at times; especially, well to the north and west, cold, highs in the mid-to-upper 40's


Rain is likely to be mixed with snow this evening and could even change to all snow before ending in the some of the N and W suburbs with small grassy accumulations possible, cold, lows not far from 30 degrees


Mainly sunny, breezy, cold, mid 40’s

Wednesday Night

Mostly clear, cold, lower 30’s for lows


Mainly sunny, becoming breezy and much milder, low 60’s


Mostly cloudy, quite breezy and mild with showers likely, mid 60’s


Lingering morning showers; otherwise, mostly cloudy skies, breezy and colder, low 50’s


Mostly sunny, quite chilly for this time of year, near 50 degrees


Yet another disturbance will drop to the southeast today from the Great Lakes region and it should generate rain in the area this afternoon and evening and there can be snowflakes mixed in at times; especially, well to the north and west of the metro region. In areas to the north of Route I-80, today's event will feature more snow than rain and higher elevation locations like the Poconos can receive a few inches of snowfall by later tonight. Precipitation winds down later this evening from the fast-moving clipper system - perhaps even as all snow in some of the N and W suburbs. Wednesday will turn out to be quite breezy and cold for the first day of April. Much milder air will advance northward into our region on Thursday and then Friday stays quite mild, but showers will be quite likely as the next cold front approaches from the northwest. Colder air will follow the late week frontal system just in time for the upcoming Easter weekend.