By Justin Drabick
After highs ranging about 23-25 degrees above average on Saturday, a brief cool down has arrived to the Delaware Valley.
Highs on Sunday reached the mid to upper 40s which is still well above the average high of 40 degrees. Temperatures will cool down a bit more into the low to mid 40s for Monday as an area of low pressure tracks by to our south. Expect more clouds around during the day before another warm-up returns.
An area of high pressure takes control of our weather on Tuesday with sunny skies and a milder high near 50 degrees. The next storm system will track into the Ohio valley on Wednesday. This milder westerly track has been consistent all season long with the current La Nina weather pattern. Highs on Wednesday will reach the low 50s with rain developing late in the day. The rain will continue Wednesday night into Thursday morning with highs on Thursday still mild in the 50s. Behind that storm system, colder air returns to the forecast for Friday and the weekend with highs back into the 30s, which is near the average.