TODAY: Morning showers give way to quick drying and eventual sunshine. Showers linger longer over by the coast. It's breezy. The high is 75. TONIGHT: Patchy clouds mix with stars. The low is a cool 59. WEDNESDAY: Sunshine gives way to clouds. An afternoon or evening sprinkle or light shower is possible.
TODAY: A chilly, sunny start gives way to a pleasant, breezy afternoon with a few more clouds rolling in later in the day. The high is 76. TONIGHT: Clouds grow thicker and rain arrives late, probably between 10 and midnight in most areas. Rain continues off and on overnight.
TODAY: Look for partly sunny skies with slightly higher humidity, like winds and a high of 89. TONIGHT: We have partly cloudy skies, a spotty light shower, mainly north and east of Philadelphia and an overnight low of 65. Some suburbs drip closer to 60.
TODAY: Autumn arrives at 10:21 AM. Sun mixes with occasional high clouds. It's warm but not very humid. The high is 86. TONIGHT: It's a comfortable night with plenty of stars visible. The overnight low is 64. Some suburbs is 58.
TODAY: Some morning fog gives way to a clouds and sun mix with more clouds to the east than to the west. It's muggy. A spotty shower is possible. The high is 84. TONIGHT: Look for partly cloudy skies. It will still be a bit humid.
TODAY: Some additional rain, steady at times, is possible through the afternoon. Most rain tapers-off by this evening. It's muggy. The high is 79. FLOOD ADVISORIES continue to expire in New Jersey Coastal Counties as the heavy rainfall that fell during the morning lessens a bit in intensity.
TODAY: Havy raind and drenching thunderstorms are leading to some road flooding. It's muggy. The high is 79. A FLOOD WARNING is posted along the Frankford Creek in Philadelphia, with minor flooding expected. FLOOD ADVISORIES are posted into this afternoon for coastal counties in South Jersey and Southern Delaware, where bands of heavy rain have been rolling through.
TODAY: Look for lots of clouds and periods of rain and thunderstorms, some of which could be heavy enough to cause street flooding. It's muggy. The high is 79. TONIGHT: Rain tapers off. It's mostly cloudy and still a bit muggy with fog forming in the overnight hours. The low is 70.
TODAY: Look for plenty of sunshine with light winds and low humidity. It's a real beauty. The high is 80. At the Shore: 76, moderate chance of rip currents in the ocean. TONIGHT: A few clouds will mix with the stars. The overnight lows dip to 60 in Philadelphia.
TONIGHT: A cold front slides through with lots of clouds. There could be a stray shower or thundershowers in northern areas early in the night. Other wise the front passes through dry. The low is 66. THURSDAY: High pressure to our north will provide a very nice day with highs right around 80 and low humidity.
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Selecting a term
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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