Umbrellas will not be needed in Philadelphia until Wednesday.
High pressure will keep Philadelphia dry through Tuesday, a dramatic change from what was happening as Sandy barreled onshore one year ago.
The arrival of fresh cool air will hold Tuesday's high to the upper 50s despite sunshine.
Residents will have to brush the dust off their umbrellas Wednesday morning as a quick-moving storm system returns the chance of rain to the city, but any rain should taper off by the afternoon.
A shower from another storm will graze the city on Thursday before more numerous showers could move through the city Thursday night into Friday.
AccuWeather.com meteorologists are monitoring the potential for gusty winds to accompany Friday's showers.
Friday's soaker should hold off until after trick-or-treating hours, but a stray shower could still be around Thursday evening.
Ahead of the late-week storm, mild air will be drawn into the Northeast and boost temperatures in Philadelphia to around 70 degrees for both Thursday and Friday.
Thunderstorms in parts of the South this weekend may become strong enough to threaten lives and property.
A storm brought heavy snow and travel headaches across the Northeast on Tuesday.
Warm air is forecast to surge into much of the eastern half of the nation by the weekend and will be accompanied by heavy rain and flooding risk in some locations.
On this week's edition of AccuWeather LIVE, we'll take a look at an upcoming winter storm and how it may affect holiday travel.
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