Tuesday, April 09, 2013

April 10th, 2013 Forecast

It'll be a mild night tonight with lows only bottoming out near 60.  There could be an isolated shower around, but odds favor a dry night for most of us.  West winds will shift from the south at 5 to 10 mph.

Wednesday will be the peak of our warmth this week.  We'll be making a run at record highs in some parts of the region.  Philly's record of 87 looks safe, but Trenton's record of 83 and Wilmington's record of 84 may not be safe.  High temperatures will range from 80-85 area-wide with more clouds north and more sun south.  The only exception will be the Shore where a seabreeze will hold them in the lower half of the 70s.  Winds will be out of the west-southwest at 10 to 20 mph.

Thursday will be another warm day with highs between 75 and 80.  A shower or two is possible during the day.  We may cool down several degrees late in the afternoon or in the evening as a backdoor cold front or seabreeze front moves through.

Rain and thunder looks likely for a good chunk of the day on Friday, but it will be brighter for the weekend.

Wednesday Planner

7 AM 61 degrees, Mild

Noon 79 degrees, Clouds & Sun

5 PM high 84 degrees, Very Warm

Sunrise 6:31 AM
Sunset 7:35 PM