A somewhat normal spring week is ahead as temperatures return to close to normal. The next issue on the horizon would be precipitation. While not officially in a drought watch or warning, the Philadelphia area is already over 4 inches below normal, mostly accounting for the lack of snowfall melt missing from the winter months. We'll get some help this week, as a few unsettled days leave the chance of rain.
As the front moves off, temperatures rebound nicely on Monday. From there, weather computer models have a differing of opinion as to the timing and strength of the next system to come in. Timing is from Monday night into Wednesday, and the strength could be anywhere from scattered showers on one day to steadier showers on Tuesday with scattered showers on Wednesday.
The latter half of the work week looks calmer. Temperatures Thursday and Friday look like their hovering just at the 60-degree mark with partly to mostly sunny skies. Friday night the next systems look to toss a few showers in towards evening and in to the weekend.