PHILADELPHIA - Another round of bright sunshine will conclude the weekend on Sunday with highs in the upper 30s for most parts of the region.
It will be a cold start to the day so icy conditions are still something to be concerned about while out and about.
Temperatures will drop again overnight as a system of precipitation pushes in from the west.
The latest models show Philadelphia and areas near the I-95 corridor will get a wintry mix during the late-morning hours. The wet snow will accumulate mostly on grassy surfaces before it will be washed away by incoming rain.
Counties north and west of the city will receive a dusting of snow, while southern New Jersey and most of Delaware can expect rain.
The storm will turn entirely to rain by late-afternoon as temperatures near 40 degrees. Rain should last into the evening before the storm pulls offshore.
SUNDAY: Sun and clouds. High: 37, Low: 21
MONDAY: Snow-to-rain. High: 40, Low: 26
TUESDAY: Partly sunny. High: 44, Low: 21
WEDNESDAY: Sunny, mild. High: 54, Low: 31
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