Periods of rain today, getting cooler
December 6, 2013 (WPVI) -- A mild start in the 50s and 60s is giving way to falling numbers. We'll drop through the 50s and into the 40s by nightfall. We see periods of rain today, centered in the morning and again in the late afternoon.
TONIGHT: Rain ends late, perhaps mixing with some snow before tapering off. The low drops to 37.
SATURDAY: Sunshine returns with a chilly breeze. The high is only 43.
SUNDAY: It's mainly cloudy and much colder. The high is only 37. During the afternoon another low pushes up from the south, bringing a mix of wet snow and sleet during the afternoon. A small accumulation will occur before the wintry mix changes to rain Sunday night. A coating to 1" of snow is possible along the I-95 corridor and areas north. In areas farther north (closer to the Lehigh Valley and Berks County), 1-2" is possible. Most if not all of this will be washed away quickly once we see the change to rain.
MONDAY: Clouds and rain linger, but it don't be as cold as the weekend. The high: 49.
TUESDAY: At this point, we're slowing the departure of the Monday system and there could still be some rain or a bit of wet snow in the morning. It's rather cloudy and windy, otherwise with a high of 39.
WEDNESDAY: A shot of arctic air roars into the region. We see the return of bright sunshine, but the high is only 33.
THURSDAY: It's partly sunny and still cold with a high around 32.
FRIDAY: It's mostly cloudy with some rain possible. If the rain arrives early enough, we could see some freezing on untreated, paved surfaces in the morning. The afternoon high is 40.
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