Philly: Dry Sunday to Follow a Warm, Rainy Saturday

By , Expert Senior Meteorologist
January 12, 2014; 4:10 AM ET
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While the weekend started on a wet and mild note, drier air will work into Philadelphia for Sunday. Frigid air will not.

Until the rain departs Saturday evening, there is the potential for urban flooding and travel delays. Thunder and lightning may accompany the rain in some areas.

Temperatures will flirt with record high levels during the storm, especially Saturday evening.

In the wake of the storm, dry weather will end the weekend and it will turn cooler, but not colder immediately. This is because the source of the air moving in Sunday will be from the Pacific Ocean.

However, gusty winds could cause some delays at airports in the Northeast on Sunday.

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Colder air will return in stages with the first not due in until Wednesday or Thursday. Before that, temperatures will rise to near the 50-degree mark both Monday and Tuesday. Senior Meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski contributed to the content of this story.


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