Clouds will increase tonight in advance of a warm front that will slide through. The front will likely come through dry, but if you get a brief shower or sprinkle, it is due to the frontal passage. With the extra clouds, temperatures won't be able to drop as much as they did last night, but it will still be a cold night. Lows will be near 30 north and west but in the upper 30s closer to Philadelphia.
Tuesday will be milder behind the warm front. An easterly wind will cause stubborn clouds for much of the day thanks to increased moisture off the ocean, but high temperatures will still manage to reach the mid 50s.
Wednesday will feature more sunshine, so we'll rise back into the 60s by the afternoon. Out ahead of our next cold front on Thursday, we could end up near 70, but that will come with a price -- rain showers developing from west to east. It will be much cooler behind the front for Friday and the weekend. For the start of the next work/school week, temperatures will turn a bit milder.
Wake-Up: 40 degrees, Chilly Start
Lunchtime: 52 degrees, Mostly Cloudy
P.M. High: 56 degrees, Milder
Sunrise 6:35 AM
Sunset 4:54 PM