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    Philly: No Signs of Lasting Warmth Just Yet

    By , AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist
    April 25, 2014; 4:12 AM ET
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    The weather pattern through this weekend will bring temperatures fairly typical for this time of the year to Philadelphia.

    Temperatures typically range from a morning low in the upper 40s to a high in the upper 60s F.

    The next chance of rainfall is Friday into Saturday, as a system moves in from the Midwest. However, while there can be a couple of showers and a thunderstorm either day for outdoor activities, neither of the two days will be a washout. Temperatures both days will peak within a few degrees of 70 F.

    The rainfall and light winds will reduce the risk for brush fires to spread rapidly.

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    Looking ahead, for folks with outdoor plans next week, the weather pattern has the potential to get very unsettled with a nearly daily dose of showers and thunderstorms.

    A day or two of rain is also possible as a large storm develops over the eastern third of the nation and stalls. The pattern may also result in a several-day stretch of below-normal temperatures.

    It may not be until this large storm breaks down during early May, when warmth is a frequent visitor to the region.

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