By Llarisa Abreu

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It’s going to be a soggy Wednesday across the Delaware Valley. Light showers will continue to fill the area during the morning hours and rain looks to pick up by mid-morning.

The rain is expected to become heavy through the early evening. The rainfall will be beneficial to the region as March still remains at a deficit as far as rain for the month is concerned.

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Thursday will be dry for the majority of the day. You can expect a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the 70s. The region’s next cold front approaches on Thursday night.

Rain looks to be scattered and will linger into Friday morning.

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The area will likely introduce the chance for thunderstorms on Friday morning and into midday as a cold front crosses the region.

Winds will pick up on Friday, particularly in the afternoon and at night on the backside of the system. There is a chance for the region to make a run at 80 degrees on Friday with elevated dew points on tap.

Humidity values are expected to drop dramatically by Saturday as the region will see another sunny day.

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Rain chances look to return to the Philly region on Sunday as another disturbance impacts the area. Thunderstorms may again be possible on Sunday.