PHILADELPHIA - Spotty showers that lingered around the Delaware Valley on Saturday will clear out overnight and give way to a most pleasant Mother's Day. Showers, however, will return Sunday night and may dampen outdoor dining plans.
Conditions will stay chilly during the morning with a mix of sun and clouds. Afternoon temperatures will approach the 60s in most parts of the region as cloud cover begins to thicken.
A band of showers will begin to impact the southwestern part of the Delaware Valley around 2 p.m. and spread to engulf the entire region by 5 p.m. Rain, which could be heavy at times, will fall steadily through 10 p.m. and finally clear offshore by midnight.
Showers will linger on Monday as temperatures rebound into the mid-60s with some sun. Temperatures will hold on Tuesday and begin a stretch of sunny, dry weather days.
SUNDAY: p.m. showers. High: 61, Low: 44
MONDAY: Chance of rain. High: 65, Low: 54
TUESDAY: Partly sunny. High: 64, Low: 48
WEDNESDAY: Sunny, nice. High: 67, Low: 45
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