PHILADELPHIA - A much different week from the warmth of last week, indeed. Cold, dry air will be in the area for at two more days, as we are at least 10 degrees below normal.
FOX 29’s Kathy Orr says temperatures throughout the Delaware Valley reached the 40s Monday, and while it was sunny, wind chills made it feel much colder. It is back to winter for another day.
Milky white skies should start the day and it will be cold. About noon, clouds will thicken. Closer to dinner time, some precipitation may form, but we will not see much hitting the ground, as the atmosphere is starved of moisture.
There may be some light flurries, mixing with a little sleet north and west of Philadelphia, but temperatures will be above freezing and it is not expected to be much of a noteworthy event. Otherwise, some showers, or lighter, may fall in Philadelphia and points south of the city.
St. Patrick's Day rebounds with milder temperatures, leading into a milder stretch. Thursday and Friday may be a bit rainy.
MONDAY NIGHT: Cloudy, cold. Low: 29
TUESDAY: Clouds, p.m. shower. High: 42, Low: 38
WEDNESDAY: Cloudy, milder. High: 53, Low: 41
DOWNLOAD: FOX 29 NEWS APP