The return of wet weather midweek to Philadelphia will persist into the latter part of the week, and it will be accompanied by cooler conditions after a brief spike in humidity.
Dangerous lightning will accompany the rain on occasion, and unfortunately, this means the potential for more weather-related disruptions to outdoor activities.
Temperatures will be as high as the upper 70s by Thursday, then cool into the lower 70s by Friday.
The risk for showers and thunderstorms could linger into Saturday as the Memorial Day weekend begins.
Sunshine and drier weather will return for the latter half of the long weekend, which will translate to higher temperatures.
Highs will be in the upper 70s on Sunday and close to 80 degrees on Memorial Day.
Winter will continue to hold its ground by allowing some snow to fall across parts of the Midwest and Northeast as March comes to a close.
The jet was an Airbus A320 with 133 passengers and five crew members, Air Canada said.
As a cold front sweeps through the region early this week, record-breaking warmth in some areas will be replaced by cooler, seasonable temperatures.
A pattern change during the middle of April could bring rain and cooler conditions to California, while erasing persistent chill in the Northeast.
On March 29, 1848, a massive ice jam reduced the mighty Niagara Falls to a trickle, a rare phenomenon that lasted for nearly 40 hours.
Daundre Barnaby was caught in a strong back current at the time of the accident, Athletics Canada said.
Charlotte, NC (1977)
Rainfall total of 4.11 inches
Munford, AL (1991)
Four people killed when their mobile home became airborne for a quarter of a mile while riding a tornado.
Newark, NJ (1996)
Snow for season up to 77.7" - this is the snowiest winter on record. The old record had been 75.2" set in the winter of 1867-68.