Temperatures start out in the 50's this morning with showers around as warmer air is in the process of moving into the region. A few rumbles of thunder can't be ruled out over the next couple of hours as these showers move through from west to east, with the lion's share of activity occurring before 9 AM before it pushes off the coast. Rainfall totals this morning don't look terribly impressive but we should pick up at least something out of this.
Highs today will get into the lower 80's south of Philadelphia, around 80 in the city, and in the upper 70's to the city's north. Today may be the warmest day until Friday (which is the sorta hyped "big" warm day this week) as we battle a stalled frontal boundary that tries to comes back as a warm front...or should I say the front battles high pressure over New England, which will slow its northward push back through our region. We could be in for a couple of days of "May Gray" around here as the marine influence fires up for Wednesday (especially in New Jersey) and Thursday (everywhere).