PHILADELPHIA - Another round of rain will impact most of the Delaware Valley on Sunday with showers that could be heavy at times through the afternoon. Temperatures will remain mild and reach the mid-40s.
The rainfall will move in from the south and west. Parts of Chester and Lancaster counties can expect to receive the first raindrops as the storm moves in from the west around 8 a.m. Rainfall will become more widespread during the morning and engulf the region by noon.
Temperatures will be in the low-to-mid 40s for most of the day.
The heaviest rainfall is expected in areas north and west of Philadelphia and parts of interior New Jersey around 2 p.m. Most of the region can expect at least a brief heavy downpour of rain during the afternoon.
Showers will begin to taper off in the evening as the storm begins to pull offshore. Light rain will drag across the region during the late night and break into pockets before midnight.
Another cluster of rain will push its way into the region during the early morning hours on Monday. Downpours with near-freezing temperatures could create a hazardous commute across the region. Current models show the rainfall tapering off during the mid-morning hours.
SUNDAY: Rainy day. High: 44, Low: 37
MONDAY: Morning showers. High: 51, Low: 42
TUESDAY: Cold, sunny. High: 38, Low: 25
WEDNESDAY: Cloudy, rain possible. High: 50, Low: 30
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