The moon will light up the sky tonight since there probably won't be a cloud in sight. Temperatures will drop to seasonably cool levels, bottoming out near 40 in the Lehigh Valley and in the mid to upper 40s in Philadelphia.
Monday will be another sun-filled day along with milder temperatures. As winds turn out of the south in the afternoon, most areas should warm up nicely into the mid 60s.
Tuesday will be a couple of degrees warmer out ahead of our next cold front. The front should push through Tuesday night, but before it does there could be a shower or two that pops up north and west of the city during the day on Tuesday. This cold front will put an end to the mild fall weather we've been enjoying so far. Wednesday through Sunday, highs will generally be in the 55 to 60 degree range. Patchy frost is possible north and west of the city Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday nights as lows dip into the mid 30s there.
Wake-Up: 47 degrees, Cool Start
Lunchtime: 61 degrees, Sunny Skies
P.M. High: 66 degrees, A Bit Milder
Sunrise 7:18 AM
Sunset 6:13 PM