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The new month will come in with a howling wind and daytime highs nearly fifteen degrees below normal.
A brief change in the weather pattern will allow temperatures to surge well above average on Tuesday and Wednesday
It’s going to be a chilly, breezy, damp and dreary day on Thursday for much of the region.
Rain will continue to rotate through the region this afternoon, all part of a large, spinning are of low pressure.
Clouds will be on the increase tonight ahead of the next storm system. The clouds will keep temperatures milder tonight with a low around 50 degrees.
The midweek front that brought us clouds and rain is now long gone. The Delaware Valley is left with mostly clear skies, and dry conditions will dominate through the weekend.
The rain is pulling away, and the clouds will eventually give way to some sun. That will be the story of today as we transition towards a pretty nice weekend.
It was a cool start to the week as clouds and a few showers kept temperatures below average in the 60s today. A warm front will then push through the region tomorrow, brining in a warmer and more humid air mass.
THAT is the question. But let’s talk about Tuesday first.
After a chilly start on Monday, a rebound to normal temperatures is in order for the afternoon hours.
Clouds will mix with limited amounts of sunshine this afternoon, and highs will reach the lower 70s, certainly cooler than we’ve seen over the last several days.
Not great, not bad either! That’s the story for the next few days.