*Coastal Flood Advisory 7am Tuesday until 5am Wednesday*

By Geoff Bansen

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Low pressure continues to track along the eastern seaboard. It will be moving further north throughout the day. It will be cloudy and quite cool, with a brisk wind out of the east. If you live in the southeastern most locations, you could even see some rain.

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The heaviest bands will stay offshore, but if you’re in southern parts of Delaware and coastal NJ, rain showers are definitely possible throughout the day. It will also be fairly windy along the immediate coastline. Areas further north and west will stay dry, but will remain cloudy and cool.

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Heading into Wednesday, some sunshine will return for portions of the day, and it will be a little bit warmer. Our next frontal system moves towards the region on Thursday, eventually swinging through later in the evening.

It will be warm and humid ahead of the front, with temperatures as much as 10+ degrees warmer than today. Although we will see some sun during the day, showers and thunderstorms will be possible as the front approaches.

Today’s Highs:
Philly – 74
Shore – 73
Poconos – 68

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On this day in weather history…
1944 – The “Great Atlantic Hurricane” ravaged the east coast. The storm killed 22 persons and caused 63 million dollars damage in the Chesapeake Bay area, then besieged New England killing 390 persons and causing another 100 million dollars damage.

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