Tuesday, October 15, 2013

October 16th, 2013 Forecast

As leftover energy from last week's coastal storm retrogrades westward toward the coast, clouds will increase from east to west tonight.  Spotty drizzle is possible, but temperatures will be milder than last night due to the extra cloud cover.  Lows will hold in the upper 50s in Philadelphia with the suburbs in the low to mid 50s.

There will be a good amount of cloud cover around on Wednesday, but some sun will break through at times.  Spotty drizzle is still possible, but I bet most people will hardly notice with temperatures warming into the mid 70s.

Thursday looks dry with a mix of sun and clouds.  It will be another warm day in the mid 70s before showers arrive at night, courtesy of our next cold front.  Behind that front, the cooler air will slowly build in, and by next week we'll be struggling to reach 60 degrees for daytime highs.
Wednesday Planner

7 AM 58 degrees, Clouds, Drizzle

Noon 67 degrees, Some Sun

5 PM high 76 degrees, Warmer

Sunrise 7:13 AM
Sunset 6:20 PM