Philly to Dry Out for March's Final Day

By , Senior Meteorologist
March 31, 2014; 4:20 AM ET
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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.

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The next chance for rain will come later in the week.

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