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Temperatures will average near to above normal through much of the coming weekend around Philadelphia.
High temperatures will fall by a couple of degrees each of the next few days, starting in the middle 60s on Wednesday and ending the week in the upper 40s.
The typical high for the city during early April is near 60 F.
The week will not be entirely free of rain, however.
Spotty showers are possible Wednesday and Thursday with a chance of more general rainfall Thursday night into Friday.
The rain and a flow off the ocean will hold temperatures back on Friday. Highs this day may be in the upper 40s.
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Parts of the Ohio Valley will be at risk for locally severe thunderstorms capable of producing damaging winds and hail into Monday evening.
A needed break from the persistent rounds of showers and thunderstorms is finally on the horizon for the mid-Atlantic, but not before more downpours occur early this week.
Regardless of whether an organized tropical system takes shape in the Gulf of Mexico for the Memorial Day holiday weekend, the southeastern United States will remain at risk for flooding downpours.
While the warmth that arrived over the weekend in the United Kingdom will last right through the upcoming bank holiday weekend, showers and thunderstorms may dampen some outdoor events.
The best weather for the millions of travelers this Memorial Day holiday weekend will be found in the northeastern United States as storms plague those in the South and Plains.
An unsettled weather pattern is expected across central and southern Germany this week as thunderstorms rumble each day.
There will be a new life for the old Tappan Zee Bridge in New York, but this time it will live underwater as a reef. New York governor recently announced a new plan for the old bridge.
Dangerous heat is expected across northern India this week as both the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal are monitored for tropical cyclone development.