7:15 AM | Odds favor rain more than winning the lottery; a nasty day to start the weekend and showers could return to end the weekend

6-Day Forecast


Bright sun early, clouds late, not as windy, mid 50’s


Mostly cloudy, cool, rain develops around midnight, low 40’s


A nasty day with cloudy skies and morning rain, maybe a couple of PM showers, cold, breezy, mid-to-upper 40's

Saturday Night

Becoming partly cloudy, chilly, mid 30’s


Sun early, clouds late, showers at night, milder, near 60


Mostly sunny, warmer, mid 60’s


Partly sunny, warm, upper 60’s


Partly sunny, windy, still mild, low 60’s


High pressure will move off the coast today and clouds will tend to increase later in the afternoon after our bright morning sunshine. Fast-moving low pressure will then move from west-to-east across the region tonight and Saturday, and rain will move back into the area around midnight. Saturday promises to be a nasty day with morning rain and it'll remain damp in the afternoon as clouds will be stubborn to leave the region. Another front will then cause increasing clouds on Sunday with more showers likely by Sunday night and yet another, and even stronger cold front, will approach the region by the middle of the week. Looking past that, it will likely turn quite a bit colder behind the mid-week frontal passage - just in time for Opening Day on Thursday when the Phillies open up in Pittsburgh, PA.