We're starting off another nice Saturday on a coolish note -- 30's in the burbs, 40's along the coast and in the heart of Philly early this morning. Some patchy areas of light fog have developed in Delaware and South Jersey this morning thanks to the influence of the bay but by and large, skies are mainly clear and we're set for another really nice day overall. Temperatures are poised to once again bounce quickly into the 60's by this afternoon with mostly sunny skies and light breezes from the southwest. Philly's projected high will be 65 by day's end, a few degrees shy of the record of 70 from 1999 but still a pretty mild day nonetheless.
The nice weather will continue into Sunday as well...computer guidance trends are suggesting the storm system to our west will impact our region now on Monday night into Tuesday with occasional rounds of rain. The potential still exists for an inch of rain from the storm system but the timing has delayed and the focus on the southern energy, a tip of the hat to the Euro, being the more dominant player with this system...albeit on a quicker timeframe than prior runs of the Euro that had suggested a Wednesday timeframe with the storm in prior days. Sunday looks to feature some increase in high clouds but generally dry weather overall.