Tonight will be over 10 degrees colder than last night so you'll definitely want to bundle up if you will be out and about. The evening hours will be clear, but some high clouds will increase from the south later tonight. Temperatures will dip into the 20s in most of the suburbs but hold in the low 30s in Philadelphia.
Look for bright sunshine on Wednesday with just a few high clouds mixing in. It will be a chilly day with highs not getting out of the mid 40s. Luckily, winds will be much calmer than the past two days so there won't be as much of a wind chill factor.
Temperatures will be a bit milder for the second half of the work/school week. As of now, it looks like a cold front will approach for the first half of the weekend, bringing with it a round of showers. Behind that front will be, perhaps, the coldest air of the season so far. It will be accompanied by a bitter wind, too. Our next chance of rain arrives by Tuesday of next week.
Wake-Up: 33 degrees, Colder
Lunchtime: 44 degrees, Bright Sun, Few High Clouds
P.M. High: 47 degrees, Chilly
Sunrise 6:52 AM
Sunset 4:41 PM