Autumn-Like Start to Week in Philly

By Courtney Spamer, Meteorologist
September 24, 2013; 7:38 AM ET
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A cool high moves into the Northeast for the beginning of the week following a wet end to summer.

A cold front brought heavy rain, dumping more than an inch of rain Saturday night and into Sunday.

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Cool weather will continue for the early part of the week, featuring highs in the upper 60s and lower 70s.

For the opening night of the Philadelphia Orchestra, skies will be mainly clear with temperatures in the mid-50s.

But by the middle of the week, temperatures will be on the rise, approaching 80 degrees by Thursday.

Through the end of the workweek, high pressure will continue to hold over the region with sunshine. Wet weather is not expected to return to the Philadelphia area until late in the weekend.

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