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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia area is finally drying out after Friday’s record rain. Philadelphia received 1.67 inches of rain, breaking the old record of 1.45 inches set back in 1942.

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Wilmington also received 1.67 inches of rain, breaking the old record of 1.14 inches set back in 1967.

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Atlantic City saw 1.72 inches of rain, beating the old record of 0.99 inches set back in 1990.

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Allentown also saw record rain on Friday with a total of 1.06 inches, beating the old record of 1.04 inches set back in 1967.

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High pressure will control the forecast this weekend. Expect brisk sunshine Saturday with temperatures in the upper 40s to right around 50 degrees. A few more clouds will be around on Sunday and it will be cooler with highs in the mid-40s.