PHILADELPHIA - A storm system moving through the region is bringing heavy rain throughout the Delaware Valley and brought some snow to the Lehigh Valley and the Poconos.
In addition to the rain, winds are picking up across the area, especially across the Jersey shore. Areas near the shore are under a wind advisory from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m., as gusts up to 50 mph are possible.
Downpours will be heavy at times during the evening, with the possibility of thunderstorms moving through.
Temperatures are on the rise through Wednesday night, into the lower 50s, but will drop back into the lower 40s by Thursday morning.
By midnight all precipitation is expected to be out of the region.
Looking ahead, Thursday will be dry but with blustery winds and Friday is set to be sunny and chilly.
For the weekend, conditions will warm up slightly to the 50s and remain dry as local fans celebrate the Eagles.
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WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Rain, windy. Low: 41
THURSDAY: Blustery day. High: 46, Low: 33
FRIDAY: Sunny, chilly. High: 44, Low: 33
SATURDAY: Mixed sun, clouds. High: 50, Low: 35
SUNDAY: Dry for the Birds. High: 51, Low: 40
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy. High: 50, Low: 38
TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy. High: 49, Low: 42