Temperatures going out the door this morning (or rolling out of bed) are starting on the mild side for many but are quite varied around today -- we have 20's in the coolest spots in the region, some 30's mixed in through many of the suburbs and in Philadelphia, and a couple of lower 40's mixed in places in South Jersey and in the suburbs. Despite the variety of temperatures this morning (under clear skies with light winds) we will see a universal warming throughout the region today that will send temperatures to the upper 50's in much of the Delaware Valley, with a few lower 60's mixed in south of the city for good measure. Philly's projected high of 58 might even be a bit low...wouldn't surprise me to see us hit 60 today at the Airport. Our record high is 65 -- we likely avoid hitting that mark but temperatures that are 20 degrees above average are still a bit noteworthy.
Winds will pick up from the west later on, especially towards midday, and gust to around 20 mph. The wind increase will coincide with a cool front crossing the region later on today. The front lacks a lot of "cold" with it although temperatures tomorrow knock back a few notches...but the downslope effect with the west wind and plenty of sunshine will result in a really mild day. Enjoy!