The weekend's dreary conditions in Philadelphia will give way to a dry and warmer last day of March.
The slow-moving storm responsible for Sunday's rain and gusty winds will clear the mid-Atlantic coast by Monday.
High pressure following the storm will allow sunshine to return as temperatures rebound to the upper 50s. A gusty breeze, however, will continue to blow.
Further warming will occur Tuesday through Wednesday, allowing temperatures to rise into the 60s both days.
Dry conditions and a partly sunny sky will compliment the weather each day.
The next chance for rain will come later in the week.
Light showers and periods of drizzle to wrap up of the week for Los Angeles
Unsettled weather will bring clouds and a spotty shower to San Francisco late this week.
Severe weather takes another aim at the northern Plains during the middle of the week.
Following a few days of wet weather across the Atlanta area, the storm threat will diminish, but the chance for showers and thunderstorms will linger through the weekend.
Following a southward push of cool, dry air at midweek, clouds, showers and higher humidity will return to the Northeast.
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