Sunday, October 27, 2013

October 28th, 2013 Forecast

Skies will turn out clear tonight, yielding a great night for any stargazers out there.  Temperatures will cool quickly once the sun sets, so it will be a very cool start to your Monday morning.  Lows will dip to near 40 in Philadelphia with many of the suburbs in the 30s.

Monday will feature bright sunshine with a few high clouds passing through from time to time.  Most of us will finally climb back up to that 60 degree mark, so it may feel quite mild outside by the afternoon.  Philadelphia will top out in the low 60s for the high.

Tuesday and Wednesday will be pleasant, but we do run the risk for a spotty shower on Wednesday.  Our next cold front will approach by Thursday or Friday, and out ahead of it we'll warm back up to around 70.  Which day ends up warmer or wetter all depends on the timing of the front, but we'll watch it for you throughout the week.  In all likelihood, the front will clear the coast by the weekend with the cooler air slowly building in, so the second half of the weekend will be much cooler than the first.
Monday Planner

Wake-Up:  41 degrees, Very Cool Start

Lunchtime:  57 degrees, Bright Sun

P.M. High:  62 degrees, Few High Clouds

Sunrise 7:26 AM
Sunset 6:03 PM