Wet Around Philly Into the Weekend; Stormy at the Shore

By , AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist
October 10, 2013; 7:18 PM ET
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As a storm system drifts slowly northward along the Atlantic coast, rain and drizzle will affect the Philadelphia area into the weekend with stormy weather at the shore.

Delays are possible at the airport and highways, due to rounds of windswept rain, low cloud ceilings and poor visibility in general.

Daytime warmth is all about sunshine, especially this time of the year.

High temperatures through Friday will range from the upper 50s to the lower 60s.

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Even though the coastal storm may settle farther south over the weekend, moisture in the low levels of the atmosphere may be slow to get rid of. Clouds are likely to persist, along with episodes of drizzle and a bit of rain.

For folks who have time off and are heading to the beaches, plan on indoor activities as conditions can be stormy much of the time from the Outer Banks to the Delmarva Peninsula and New Jersey. Expect windswept rain, rough surf and above normal tides into the weekend at the shore with minor coastal flooding at times of high tide.

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