April 11, 2021

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7:00 AM | *Warm up continues here into Friday…turns much colder this weekend* — Perspecta Weather

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6-Day forecast for the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania metro region

Today

Mainly sunny, quite mild, highs in the lower 60’s; E winds at 5-10 mph

Tonight

Partly cloudy, chilly, lows in the low-to-mid 40’s

Thursday

Mainly sunny, unseasonably warm, near 70 degrees for afternoon highs

Thursday Night

Partly cloudy, mild, maybe a shower or two, lower 50’s for late night lows

Friday

Mainly cloudy, breezy, warm, chance for a couple of showers, mid 60’s

Saturday

Partly sunny, breezy, much colder, mid-to-upper 40’s

Sunday

Mainly sunny, cold, mid 40’s

Monday

Mainly cloudy, cold, chance of rain and/or snow showers late in the day or at night, lower 40’s

Discussion

A broad southwesterly flow of milder air has formed on the backside of strong high pressure which is now situated over the western Atlantic Ocean. This high pressure system had its origins last week over the central part of Canada, but has drifted southeastward over the past few days. The milder air mass worked its way into the eastern states on Tuesday and it’ll stay warmer-than-normal here into the day on Friday. A strong cold front will pass through the Mid-Atlantic region on Friday night paving the way for much colder weather this weekend and signs point to additional colder-than-normal outbreaks for the Mid-Atlantic region during the second half of March. One final note about the upcoming weekend, it will be time once again to turn the clocks ahead early Sunday morning.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Perspecta, Inc.
perspectaweather.com

Paul Dorian

2021-03-10 12:00:00

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