Weather Authority: Conditions improve Wednesday as wind subsides ahead of warm front

After days of bitter cold combined with wind chills, conditions will finally begin improving, according to forecasters. 

Wednesday will see a sliver of sunshine in the morning before clouds move into the area. 

Temperatures will be in the upper 40s and lack of wind will make conditions feel warmer than Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday's temperatures will be below-average with the normal being around 58 degrees. 

A warm front bringing warmer temperatures is moving into the area that will bring rain on Thursday. 

The National Weather Service is keeping a close eye on the threat of severe weather late in the day Thursday. Philadelphia and areas to the north and west of the city face a slight risk of severe weather including strong storms, and wind gusts up to 60 mph. 

Severe weather could move in any time between 5 p.m. and midnight. 

For the latest forecasts and conditions, download the FOX 29 Weather Authority app. 


WEDNESDAY: Sun to clouds. High: 51

THURSDAY: Warmer pm storms. High: 73, Low: 43

FRIDAY: Breezy, cooler. High: 57, Low: 53

SATURDAY: Sunny, seasonal. High: 58, Low: 36

SUNDAY: Partly sunny. High: 60, Low: 41

MONDAY: Sun and clouds. High: 60, Low: 41

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy. High: 62, Low: 43



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